Every year companies all over Australia host Christmas parties for their teams, as well as suppliers, members, customers and even the families of all these people. For some of the bigger organisations, these can become quite vast affairs, with attendance for many extending in to the thousands.
These parties will often include entertainment, food and drink, and so they become an obvious target for gate crashers. This is especially true when the event is held outdoors or in a publicly accessible location.
Because of this, many party planners are seeking ways to control access to their parties for the benefit of their attendees. Whilst party wristbands offer a core solution here, there are other ways to also control access at parties.
1. Event layout design and planning
The key here is planning. Can you organise your event in a manner that ensures control of the physical access to the party? Is it possible to design the layout in a way that attendees must enter from a certain direction, gate or area? If so, this is a great first step, because it allows you to implement the next couple of steps with ease.
2. Taking control of access
Now that your guests are entering your event in a manner of your choosing, you have control over the access. Have staff on standby to wristband attendees.
Party wristbands are a great solution for anyone who wants to manage attendees at a party of any size, from a gathering of 30 to a large event for hundreds of thousands.
From now until Christmas, AAC is offering a 50% discount on it’s Christmas Pattern Party Wristbands – buy now and be ready for some Christmas partying!