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Top 3 Corporate Events Where a Pro MC Is Necessary

Almost all corporate events should have a professional master of ceremonies overseeing it. These corporate events are there for a reason. They’re meant to achieve a certain result that the planners had in mind when they were designing them. Whatever type of corporate event, the idea is not only to bring many people together but to encourage certain types of interactions and relationships between people that would not have been possible in the formal office environment. A professional MC is important when it comes to facilitating those relationships and interactions. They are like the secret sauce that makes your event extra special.

So, the next time you’re planning any of the following corporate events, consider getting yourself an MC for hire at cleancomedians.com to spice things up and improve your success rate, no matter what you’re aiming for.

1. Conferences and Seminars

The whole point of these events is to provide the target audience with certain information that is relevant to them. The seminars are much shorter than the conferences, with seminars lasting a few hours or a few days. They have a few speakers or, sometimes, only one and keep everyone together in the same place. Conferences will have lots of different sessions and speakers and will be held in hotels. They also have keynotes followed by topics and breakout sessions 

An MC is necessary at such events to prevent monotony. When you have many people in the same place listening to what is largely the same topic for an extended period, they can start to lose focus and get bored. An MC is important when it comes to giving the much-needed comic relief every once in a while. They are also great for organizing things and making sure every speaker is lined and ready for their session and introducing them onto the podium.

2. Appreciation Events

These events are usually meant to bring about an informal environment where the host can spend time with the guests and focus on building rapport and learning about their mutual interests. These events can be employee appreciations or client appreciations.

An MC is important at such events since they help to build up the informal atmosphere and get everyone to loosen up and relax. That encourages them to open up and network more easily. 

3. Team Building Events

These events are meant to boost employee confidence, morale and goodwill while building on the existing strengths of the company. They are meant to build the team, just as the name suggests. 

Such events need to be highly charged and energetic with lots of games and workshops that require everyone to be engaged. Who better to bring in that energy than an MC? The MC will not only help in the planning of the event but will also add the light touch necessary to get everyone pumped up for the event. 

All of these events are highly engaging and need an MC to sort of act as the “captain of the ship” to bring the program from the commencement to the conclusion successfully, leaving everyone feeling happy and fulfilled at the end.

Pirelli Celebrates 63rd Annual Porsche Parade

PIRELLI CELEBRATES THE 63RD ANNUAL PORSCHE PARADE

AND ITS LONG STANDING COMMITMENT TO PORSCHE CLUB OF AMERICA
Pirelli is proud to continue supporting the Porsche Club of America following the PCA Werks Reunion in Amelia Island earlier this year. Now, Pirelli has headed to the historic Porsche Parade in Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri. As part of its sponsorship with PCA, Pirelli kicked off festivities by hosting the Pirelli Welcome Dinner last night at the Hidden Lakes Golf Course, which is the most attended event during the weeklong program from July 8-14.

Pirelli, the world leader in the prestige tire category, develops and produces bespoke tires for both classic and contemporary Porsches: the state of the art P Zero and P Zero Trofeo tire cover the most performance oriented, while Pirelli’s Collezione in vintage sizes covers the needs of classic Porsches.

And these are the very tires that will star on the Pirelli stand at the Porsche Parade. Porsche Club members will be able to rely on the support of Pirelli technicians, who will be on hand all day to supply in-depth advice and information about Pirelli products available in America.

“Pirelli’s involvement with this historic Porsche Parade event in the US speaks volumes to our appreciation for the Porsche marque and Porsche Club of America, the biggest Porsche club in the world,” said Marco Crola, CEO of Pirelli Tire North America. “This is a natural extension of our commitment at the OE level, where we have worked tirelessly with Porsche over the years to create special N marked tires (263 homologations in fact), tailor-made specifically to be the perfect fit for Porsche vehicles. Therefore supporting PCA is paramount for us, given we share the same enthusiasm for the world’s finest automobile design and experiences as PCA’s member base. It will be great to connect even further with this community through our activities here and communicate our latest offering, from Pirelli Collezione through to P Zero and Trofeo R tires,” Crola added.

Porsche Parade is Porsche Club of America’s signature annual event, hosting its club members from all over North America for an ‘extravaganza’ of activities and competitive events (such as the Parade Concours D’Elegance), including seminars, tours and social gatherings– all aimed at socializing and enjoying Porsches.

This year’s Porsche Parade is being held at Tan-Tar-A resort in the idyllic Lake of the Ozarks, one of the largest man-made lakes in the world and the largest in the US. For more information on the Porsche Parade visit Pirelli or the official Porsche Parade website.

About Pirelli

Pirelli was founded in 1872 and has its headquarters in Milan, Italy. Pirelli focuses its business on the high end, premium product segment where it is a world leader. Pirelli has a commercial presence in over 160 countries and 19 factories in 13 countries. Successfully competing in motorsports since 1907, Pirelli is currently the exclusive supplier of the Formula 1 championship, the Superbike world championship, and many other championships around the world.

Pirelli Tire North America (PTNA) includes the Modular Integrated Robotized System (MIRS) facility and research and development center at its Rome, Georgia headquarters, a state-of-the-art manufacturing plant in Silao, Mexico, sales and marketing offices in New York City, Los Angeles, Detroit, Montreal and Mexico City, and a prestige flagship store in Los Angeles. The company manufactures, distributes and markets original equipment and replacement tires for export and domestic car/motorcycle applications. For more information regarding Pirelli, please visit www.pirelli.com.

JOSH BYER

(In the Cool Twilight, Josh Byer)

Josh Byer is an artist residing in Vancouver, Canada. Josh has invented a painting technique called Faux Fauvism. The goal of Faux Fauvism is to pinpoint the moment in cognition when pattern recognition occurs. 

Featured five times on the front page of Reddit, his online galleries have received 12 million views since 2015. Paintings appear in recent features from Style.ca, VICE, OPALUS Magazine, The ARTBO, Creative Boom, and 1968 Magazine. Licensed artwork can be found on products available from Posterlounge, Walmart, Overstock.com, Wayfair, Art.com, Amazon, AllPosters, and Great Big Canvas.


Below are several of his recent pieces:


Greta Garbo

mixed media on wood panel

8” x 10”


Running Away

mixed media on cold press paper

11” x 15”


August

mixed media on cold press paper

11” x 15”


Eclipse

mixed media on cold press paper

11” x 15”


Orchard

acrylic and ink and watercolor on cold press paper

9” x 12”

Audrey Hepburn

mixed media on wood panel

8” x 12”

The Sunday Sisters

acrylic and ink on cold press paper

18” x 24”


In the Cool Twilight

mixed media on linen paper

9” x 12”


The Night That Rock and Roll Came Back

acrylic and ink and watercolor on cold press paper

9” X 12”


The Forest Dancers

acrylic and ink on cold press paper

12” x 18”


The Swan in the Moon

acrylic and ink on cold press paper

12” x 18”

For more information on Josh Byer

Visit: http://www.byercreative.com/