Liven Up Your Next Board Meeting with a Magic Show

You’re in charge of organizing your next board meeting.  Keeping things interesting might be a challenge, but it is very important.  People have certain expectations for company meetings, and there is a lot of value in exceeding their expectations with something different and fun. Adding a bit of show business to your business meeting might be just the solution you need. Sales meeting entertainment is one way to get out of the traditional board meeting rut and do something unique, memorable, and fun.

Board meetings don’t have to be boring

Board meetings can be incredibly valuable. This is where important topics are discussed amongst the company’s decision makers. When dealing with significant issues, it is important to make sure your group is in the right mindset.  They should be at ease, relaxed, and positive. They should feel comfortable amongst their peers. While there are many ways to accomplish this, an interactive entertainer is an excellent choice because of his/her ability to connect people with an incredible shared experience.  This can break any tensions or barriers held amongst the group and reset their minds.

Before, during, or after your board meeting, consider some interactive entertainment.  Often, the best businesses function as a family of co-workers.  Find ways to connect your group and create memories that they will share forever.

Of course, the most important part of a board meeting is the meeting!  Entertainment is simply an effective accentuation that can enliven and impress your group.  Adding in a small touch like this can completely change the outlook and expectations of the team.  Board meetings become something exciting and interesting to anticipate.

Ideas for sales meeting entertainment

When considering some form of entertainment for your board or sales meeting, research the options. They don’t have to be big or time-consuming. Magic is a great fit for such events.  A good magician packs a big punch in a short span of time. A 30 or 40 minute show is often perfect, but the length of the show can always be adapted depending on the client’s needs.

Generally, a close-up show is a great fit for a board meeting since the crowds are generally not huge.  If you have a larger group, strolling/mingling magic and a stage show may be a better fit.

One of the benefits of such entertainment at your next board meeting is to place all of your board members on equal ground. Regardless of their position or title, you can guarantee they will laugh, gasp, and raise their eyebrows together.  Some magicians are able to combine a motivational message or topic into their magic acts.  If you are interested in this, ask the performer if that’s something he/she might do.

The bottom line is that your sales or board meeting doesn’t have to be standard or uninteresting.  Do something that makes this meeting a unique experience rather than just another day of work for your group.

What can magic do for your next board meeting?

Whether you schedule a magic act before, during a break, or right after the board meeting, you can guarantee your group leaves with great, positive memories of their experience.  Relax any tensions, and allow your group to express themselves. Interactive magic has the ability to connect people together with incredible shared memories.

When searching for your upcoming sales meeting entertainment, the possibilities are endless. Look for an exciting, interactive entertainer who will delight and amaze your board member attendees.  Look for performers experienced in performing for crowds like yours. Search online for local magicians in your area, and take the time to view their videos and reviews online.

Board meetings can be a bit dull at times, but this is not difficult to overcome with some great entertainment to connect your group.  A corporate magician could be exactly what you’re looking for!

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Amory Hermetz

Amory Hermetz

Amory is a professional magician who tours the country performing at corporate events. He specializes in close-up and stage illusions for conferences, awards banquets, client/employee appreciation events, and corporate retreats.

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