Corporate events compete with bar mitzvahs in and out of the ballroom
Ten or 15 years ago, if you had some moving lights and some fog at a corporate event, that was awesome. “Nowadays clients are looking for something more,” says Brendan Gray, cofounder of New York-based Number Nine lighting and design consulting firm. “Lighting rigs and scenery have trickled down to weddings and bar mitzvahs, so you have to come to the table with a high-end environment. It has to be better than the last wedding you went to.” If you need any more proof of this trend, take a ...
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