Whilst many organisations frequenting the corporate scene put their serious faces on to do business and rise higher and higher in their respective industries, when it comes to organising an event that represents your business and its ambitions, a bit of comedy can work wonders for connecting with audience members, whether they are your workers, shareholders, customers or fellow industry professionals.
After recently having a great time reading minds at The Processing & Packaging Machinery Trade Association (PPMA) Charity Dinner in support of the National Autistic Society, Kennedy knows more than most that delivering a unique form of corporate entertainment with comedy at its core is an excellent way to harness a number of benefits, read on to find out more.
The role of corporate entertainment
There are many advantages that go hand-in-hand with including a corporate entertainer on the bill of your upcoming event. Whilst many will see entertainment as an added expense, event organisers up and down the country will tell you that hiring a professional entertainer is the best thing you can do when co-ordinating events of all shapes and sizes.
Enlisting an entertainer to take to the stage at your event is so much more than entertaining your audience. As well as keeping your guests enthused, your chosen entertainment act should have the skills to improve corporate awareness as part of their performance. The act you choose will not only underpin the key messages you want to promote with your event and exude as a brand, but fully complement your company-wide culture and your event’s overall theme. A good entertainer will be able to inspire and help you achieve your objectives, whether they revolve around improving collaboration throughout your workforce, promoting organisational change, motivating team leaders and members, or simply showing your staff how much you care.
Why Kennedy is the mind reader for you
Kennedy has more than 15 years of experience working the corporate circuit and he has partnered with hundreds of organisations to deliver something extra special to audiences. Over the years Kennedy has worked with companies of multiple sizes and niches, including international brands Thomson Holidays, Asda, Proctor & Gamble, RAC, Argos, Johnson & Johnson, Mercedes Benz and Renault.
Whilst his schedule over the coming months is jam packed, Kennedy is now booking for summer 2016 and can be contacted on 0203 47 555 47 for further information regarding his availability. Alternatively you can direct all client enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.