• K’Syrah Catering & Events Has Opened its Doors

     
    POSTED October 19, 2016
     

In the heart of Santa Barbara Wine Country, K’Syrah Catering & Events has recently opened its doors. Located in downtown Solvang in Santa Ynez Valley, K’Sarah’s event space is a great addition to the area.

With only two other event spaces in Solvang, K’Sarah will offer flexible spaces and a great atmosphere. The spaces can hold up to 150 people, and they’re looking to host everything from wedding events to corporate and conference events.

Also unique to the area is the food. Owner and executive chef, Demitri Loizides, heads the catering kitchen and adds the extra perk of in-house catering to their event services.

A prime site for conventions, trade shows and exhibitions, the Los Angeles Convention Center (LACC) recognizes that it has a unique opportunity to impact the lives of millions of guests and community members that step through its doors every year. That’s why the center has recently collected and donated 14.1 tons of remaining event items and 12 tons of carpet to various Los Angeles-based nonprofit organizations, in alignment with their commitment to zero-waste initiatives.

 

As with most facets of the meetings and events industry, the art of managing an event budget is a true balancing act. And while it’s easy to get wrapped up in the nitty-gritty, Eventbrite revealed a pleasant surprise in its 2018 Pulse Report (which surveyed 1,200 planners), finding that event budgets overall appear to be on the rise. But where exactly are those budget dollars going these days and how can planners best spend to craft memorable moments?

 

According to the Illinois Department of Agriculture, about 1.5 million Illinois workers are employed in the food and fiber system, ranking it as one of the top states in dependency on agriculture. The state’s 72,500 farms utilize 75 percent of Illinois land, including some of the most fertile soil in the world. While nicknamed “The Prairie State,” Illinois is truly a land of plenty and a hub for agritourism—with some of the largest agriculture-focused events (holding the potential for major economic impact) taking place inside its borders.