This edit written by Liz King first appeared in a Crain’s New York Business Special Advertising Section.
There is a buzz in the air during the NYC holiday season that is unparalleled. The shops are lit with decorations and lights, the streets are filled with tourists and locals alike and there is just something about all of New York that seems a bit brighter. Of course, the events industry doesn’t slow down for a second this time of year either. We are in full gear with company holiday parties and all kinds of extravaganzas. So – how do you manage the madness in Manhattan? What do you encourage your attendees to do while they are here? Don’t worry – we have your holiday guide right here.
As the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade commences, the holiday madness also begins. While this time can be the most joyous, it can also be very stressful. Whether attending holiday events or hosting them, here are a few tips on ways to help keep stress to a minimum and cheerfulness to a max.
THINGS TO SEE AND DO
First, a few tips:
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