As the snow melts, the blue sky emerges, and the flowers begin to bloom, spring is the best season to celebrate new beginnings - and a great time of year for saying (or renewing) your vows.
When you’re running your own business on a budget, one of the best ways to get ahead is to get financed, but many people are hesitant to get financial help, missing out on valuable opportunities.
Whether you're hosting an awards ceremony to celebrate your top employees, or entertaining clients with a sponsored golf tournament, planning a corporate event that will impress guests can be a challenge.Here are just some of the ways that adding a photo booth can totally transform your corporate event (and attract sponsors, too).
Being professional really pays off when offering a service, and running a photo booth business is no exception! From big corporate events to small social parties, the overall quality you can offer can take you from doing a couple of events per month, to being constantly booked.
Another year is here, as is a slew of new event trends to watch out for in 2019.
At TapSnap, we're always excited to welcome a new member to our family! Most recently, we welcomed Chris Teerlink, who is now servicing Salt Lake City, Ogden, Park City, and surrounding counties in Utah.
A new year is just around the corner, and there's no better time to start making plans to better your business in 2019.
Falling snowflakes, cozy coverups and indulgent treats - what isn't there to love about winter? It's a romantic, reminiscent, and relished season, the perfect time of year to say "I do!" to the one that you love.
Just because you're working with a small budget for your holiday party, doesn't mean that you have to settle for second best when it comes to your event entertainment options. Here are some ways that you can still enjoy the benefits of booking the best holiday photo booth - without breaking the bank.
According to this insightful infographic, 96% of Americans shop online, yet 65% of the buying takes place in stores. This means that overall, most purchases are still happening offline. While these stats may sound promising for those business owners who are running a retail space over the holidays, it doesn't always mean that you can rest assured that your potential buyers are going to come to you.