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Bounce Events Ground as Unique Party Venue Posted on March 18, 2014

http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/333425/newstv/poptalk/10-tuesdays-before-christmas-pop-talk-searches-for-party-venues   10 Tuesdays before Christmas: Pop Talk searches for party venues   October 31, 2013 2:28pm Throwing parties may sound simple, but it can be quite stressful especially if it's prepared in a rush. To avoid the hassles of planning a Christmas party at the last minute, GMA News TV show “Pop Talk” conducted an early hunt for unusual Christmas party venues.Events and marketing specialist Gems Rodanilla, designer Karen Olano, and Kapuso celebrity Enzo Pineda joined “Pop Talk” host Tonipet Ga...

10 Tips in Planning for Your Child's Birthday Party Posted on March 13, 2014

If you live in the Philippines, you know that your family and friends always expect you to celebrate your child's 1st and 7th birthdays. However, after attending numerous birthday parties of your friends’ kids, planning for your own party may not be as easy as it seems.    1. Plan with Your Child in Mind. The 1st Birthday Celebration is mostly about you and your husband since your baby will be too young to decide on things like the party theme, souvenirs, etc. As such, most of the decisions for the 1st birthday party will be based on what you & your husband want. However, always remember that your child should at...

Budget Weddings are Possible Posted on March 13, 2014

When my husband and I were planning our own wedding back in 2008, we were so frustrated looking for a place to celebrate our wedding reception that fit our budget and requirements. We knew hotels would not be an option as they were just too expensive.   When exploring other event venues, what was frustrating was that we needed to get their accredited caterers whose menus were also way above our budget. They also had set packages which did not allow us to tailor fit our reception based on what we just wanted. Some had in their packages invitations, guest books, floral arrangement, a bridal car, etc., but we already had these and did not w...

The Beginnings of Bounce. Part 2. Posted on May 22, 2013

  Bounce Events Ground, a bigger and better events venue.   It's not that easy running a business. When we decided to be entrepreneurs, we knew the challenges it would entail. But nothing tested our resolve more than the unforgettable disaster called Ondoy.   There is nothing like a calamity to help push one further into unchartered territory. We went thru such a calamity in 2009. Everyone remembers Ondoy. Moreso, those who were located in the affected areas. We were one of the unfortunate ones who were submerged under 6ft of flood water for 3 days. Bounce was right in the middle of the catch basin so all of the rain water had ...

Etiquette for Event Suppliers Posted on March 12, 2013

  By Maloy Almeda-Benito   Being in the service industry is extremely fulfilling but challenging as well. Here are some etiquette tips for event suppliers so that you may execute your events in an efficient manner for the benefit of the clients.   A. Be professional in all your dealings. Remember you’re a professional so look, act, and talk like one.   As an event supplier, you need to be guided by the following:   1. Treat your clients with utmost respect and courtesy. They will come from all walks of life but all of them will want the same thing - a successful event. If they will trust you enough to let you h...

Helpful Tips in Finding the Right Venue for Your Dream Wedding Posted on February 20, 2013

Your wedding is a once in a lifetime event so finding the right venue is key. The venue is not just a place to celebrate your wedding in. It is the place where it will showcase who you are as a couple. However, finding the right venue is not easy, as most married couples will tell you. Finding the right venue, most of the time, is a source of countless arguments for the couple preparing for their wedding. The reception venue is too far from the church, too far from the residence of the bride or that of the groom, too expensive, too inaccessible, and so on. To help couples planning their own weddings, here are some things to consider when choo...

The Beginnings of Bounce. Part 1. Posted on February 5, 2013

Many people ask my husband, Rich, and I how we came up with the idea of putting up Bounce. When we started, we just really wanted to put up a business together. However, thinking about the concept of the business proved to be quite a challenge. Until a friend of mine told me about how she had noticed that in the States, inflatables were becoming to be quite a hit in children’s parties. At this time, Rich and I were still dating and most, if not all, of our social commitments involved attending the parties of our friends’ kids. For all of you unmarried couples who have attended kiddie parties, you know how this feels. At a particul...

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