Fasten those seat belts

Fasten those seat belts and please return your tray tables to their upright and locked positions.  2020 corporate events are poised for takeoff in what appears to be the season’s most popular trend in venues. HANGARS 

Not just any old drafty ugly hangars, but deluxe facilities that house corporate jets, fractional ownership planes and rare or vintage aircraft and some really fast cars!

High end private exclusive event venues in North Scottsdale for gala’s awards banquets destination weddings Meetings conferences and conventions.

A logical choice for events is a blank canvas compared to some big box hotel ballrooms and are better-suited for an event than a fancy hotel ballroom.

Venues with magnitude

“Blank slate” event venues are a cool option to give yourself innovative control of how you want the space to look and feel. Each time there is a party in our hangars, it looks special from one event to the next. Above all, if you’re looking for an event venue that’s inspirational for you and your invitees, no matter if they’ve been there before. Basically, ditch all the “rules” and make your event your own and exclusive to you!

We are totally private and have no foot traffic for looky lou’s!

Use of Technology for Better Event Hosting

Use of Technology for Better Event Hosting

Technology is now an essential thread of our social fabric and lifestyle. It has dribbled into everything that we do all day knowingly or instinctively. Corporate events or any event for that matter have also been imprinted with the omnipresence and pervasiveness of technology.

Planners and managers are in agreement that the use of technology has breathed new life into events. Now, people ask for the latest event technology trends while meeting planners and organizers. It has been noted that the integration of technology positively impacts events in many capacities.

  • It swells attendance
  • It increases engagement
  • It cuts down the cost.

Let’s have a look at some of the event technologies that are in vogue these days.

Projection Mapping for the Creation of Augmented Reality Experience

Projection mapping can turn around the ambiance of the entire venue for better. This ambiance detailing is done through multiple projectors that cast still and moving images to all the large facades in the venue to create an interactive 3D display.

Projection mapping is also budget-friendly. So, you don’t have to think too much about cost management.  For instance, simple projected mapping on a hangar ceiling can transform the venue into a futuristic dome. You can also use projection mapping along with music to make it a part of interactive entertainment.

Digital and diode lighting controlled through computers can also add to the ultramodern visual ambiance that you are trying to create with projection mapping.

Social Media Walls for Better Engagement

This is an event technology trend that has been around for a while and not going anywhere anytime soon. Put a social media wall throw multiple screens on display with an event hashtag. Post all the posts and pictures with your event hashtag from across different social media platforms to these digital walls. This event tech trend has many upsides.

  • The activity surrounding it generates organic real-time excitement and engagement.
  • Guests at the event become your brand marketer.

Facilitate the Use of Smartphone

People will use their smartphones no matter how interesting your event lineup is. So, start banking on this new-age human instinct.  To begin with, provide free internet. Secondly, go online with your program timeline, handout, menu, and any other itinerary. People will find it easy to look at concurrent event details through their phones and tablets.

Put on a VR Show

If your event entails a short guest list, then you can also think of putting on a VR show. VR is a trending event technology that ensures maximum attendance. You can also use it for some subtle branding.

Live Stream Your Event

If your event consists of music or any other performing art display, then you should make the most of it.  Live stream theses performances to gather a virtual audience for your event. At no cost, you can fetch a good number of eyeballs for your event.

Scottsdale Private Event Venues provides event hosting, catering, and entertainment as per the needs of your preferred theme. The company can also incorporate the latest technology trends in your events to spice things up.



Unique Venues Something different

Unique Venues Something different. The flexibility of our space provides for a blank canvas for your imaginative occasion planning.  You can alter this space to fit nearly any style of event. Call us today to see how Scottsdale Hangar Parties can serve as your next fantabulous event!

Hangars range from urban to flawlessly finished. We have amenities not generally located in this kind of venue.

No other source that can provide such a unique venue which is faultless for several types of events including:

We are your one-stop, full-service event partner. Scottsdale Hangar Parties connects you to our unique event venues while also providing the most comprehensive turnkey event production solutions. We specialize in corporate event locations and production in Scottsdale, Arizona, and the surrounding cities.

SPEV and no other source provides such a unique venue which is faultless for several types of events including:

Hence we are your one-stop, full-service event partner. Venues of North Scottsdale connects you to our unique event venues while also providing the most comprehensive turnkey event production solutions. We specialize in corporate event locations and production in Scottsdale, Arizona, and the surrounding cities.

With that said if you want your event to be a marvelous accomplishment, you need to make sure that it is something special. With all the things tried and tested with regards to event management in Scottsdale, there is little room to improve on standard practices. That is why you need to think out of the box. We’re talking about something really out there when we say out of the box. A victorious event needs a really good theme.

Specialties: Destination Management, Meeting Planning, City Wide Conventions.

Local Host Committee Coordination, Sales Training Meetings, Incentive Programs.

Customer Appreciation Receptions, Board Retreats, Holiday Events, Off-Site Events.

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Venues of North Scottsdale Hangars

Venues of North Scottsdale Hangars. A fresh, more leading-edge form of social entertainment has been growing in status over the last few years, with the rise of immersive experiences. They have become the “must have” thing for social entertaining, and we wholly expect their attractiveness to continue to grow.  The test will be for all of us in the events industry vendor or planner will to be to make our events as electrifying, mystifying and immersive as imaginable. Truly immersive experiences are all about producing wonder, anticipation and a real “wow” effect. In this highly connected world, the amount of ambiguity and amazement is increasingly scarce, and what guests at immersive experiences enjoy is being plunged into an absolutely outlandish state where they might end up in the middle of a flash mob or a panic room with no way out but to find the way. You are pushing the boundary between fantasy and reality. Any event can contain immersive elements to give guests that same bombshell feeling of wonder and excitement.

The Hottest Craze: Industrial-Style Spaces. Industrial- chic spaces are one of this year’s greatest trends in the events industry. These edgy venues make a courageous statement and bring guests together in fresh and exciting ways. Exposed brickwork, steel beams and innovative fixtures (complete with peeling paint) construct a genuine backdrop for a meticulously urban affair. Industrial venues are jam-packed with character and have colorful pasts that help create buzz around an event. These spaces are in high demand for social gala’s, product launches, incentive events, experiential events and of course corporate events.

Call us today to see how our hangars can serve as your next fantabulous event!

Most noteworthy our hangars range from urban to flawlessly finished with many amenities not generally located in this kind of venue.  Such as VIP 1st class restrooms, AC, and electrical power.

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10 Incentive Travel Facts You Can Use

10 Incentive Travel Facts You Can Use

In honor of Global Meetings Industry Day April 6 the IRF has compiled 10 Incentive Travel Facts everyone should know in 2017

  1. 38% of all U.S. Firms over $1MM in revenue use incentive travel to motivate their people and partners. (Incentive Federation)
  2. U.S. firms spend over $14B Annually on incentive travel. (Incentive Federation)
  3. Net Optimism Score for incentive travel in the fall of 2016 was 26%, meaning the industry is still moderately positive about the outlook for incentive travel (Read More)
  4. As of fall 2016, per-person incentive travel budgets are most commonly between $3,000 and $4,000, although about 40% of the industry spends more.  (Read More)
  5. Average per-person spend has increased by 5% annually since fall 2014. (Read More)
  6. Most commonly selected destinations for incentive group travel are now the USA, Caribbean, Mexico, and Europe, showing a return to long-haul destinations. (Read More)
  7. Analysis shows that the economic Net Optimism Score for incentive travel tracks closely with overall U.S. economic performance, often acting as a leading indicator. (Read More)
  8. Almost 60% of planners have experienced some form of disruption in their events, estimating that almost a quarter of their events have been affected in some way. (Read More)
  9. Planners view “Flawless Execution” as the #1 way their most trusted Hotel Partners add value; Hoteliers view “Providing a Strong Vision” as the #1 way their most trusted Planner Partners add value to the relationship. (Read More)
  10. Although Planners and Organizations are enthusiastic about wellness, there is often a disconnect in implementation.

Bonus:  On average, employees most selected large award. (i.e. delivered after a  year-long effort or major accomplishment.)  Was travel and experiences…beating out cash.  (Read More)

The Hotelier Planner Relationship: A View From Both Sides

Advancing the incentives industry requires building stronger, better partnerships throughout the program delivery cycle. The most recent IRF-Prevue study shows that although the hotelier-planner relationship is most often collaborative and supportive while delivering meetings and incentive programs, there are a number of opportunities for improvement throughout the discovery, RFP, and execution phases of the relationship.

Best Companies See More Value in Incentives

Best Companies See More Value in Incentives

Research previewed at the IBC show found top performing firms see incentives more strategically

by Leo Jakobson | July 11, 2017

The fourth annual Incentive Buyers Conference (IBC) kicked off with a look at how much attention the best performing companies pay to their incentive, recognition, and reward programs.

Incentive’s hosted buyer show takes place July 10-12 at the Sonesta Fort Lauderdale Beach hotel in Florida.

Based on research to be published in August by the Incentive Research Foundation (IRF), the study — “10 Things Top Performing Businesses Do Differently in Recognition and Reward Programs” — showed quite clearly that the most successful firms view incentive programs as a strategic business advantage, not just as a sales tool.

“No one wants to be average,” said Melissa Van Dyke, president of the IRF. “That’s not a goal. Everyone wants their company to be a top performer.”

So the IRF set out to look at what top performing companies do differently when it comes to their sales, channel, and employee reward and recognition programs. Instead of using a pre-set list like the Fortune 500, the IRF surveyed 400 companies and found 177 that met its definition of top performers: at least 5 percent annual growth in either revenue or stock price as well as 90 percent customer and employee satisfaction scores.

What the study found, Van Dyke said, is that when it comes to non-cash reward and recognition programs. Top performing companies do a lot of things differently. Starting with how likely they are to use these incentive programs. And how important they feel those programs are to their success.

Top companies use non-cash rewards and recognition in 90 percent of their sales programs compared to 75 percent of average firms; 81 percent vs. 59 percent in channel sales; and 88 percent vs. 77 percent in employee loyalty and engagement programs. Beyond that, fully 93 percent of the top performing companies surveyed strongly believe that their non-cash reward and recognition programs are a strategic advantage. Compared to just 63 percent of average firms, she said.

That strategic viewpoint translates into how well organized those programs are, Van Dyke added. Highly successful companies are far more likely to have all of their programs organized under a single umbrella.   350 percent more likely when it comes to sales incentives and 250 percent more for employee recognition programs. On the other hand, they are substantially less likely to use service anniversary programs. With only 39 percent celebrating years of service, compared to 51 percent of average performing firms.

Another strategic difference is that the best companies are twice as likely to design their reward and recognition programs to have the broadest reach possible. With 56 percent aiming to include as many employees as possible rather than just focusing on top performers.   “The top performing firms also single out top salespeople, channel partners, and employees,” she noted. “They just don’t do it exclusively.”


MEETINGS FINANCIAL & INSURANCE MEETINGS. Scottsdale welcomes financial and insurance meeting groups with a refined Sonoran Desert setting, idyllic weather, quality accommodations and meeting facilities, unique off-site venues and hassle-free transportation, both in the air and on the ground. Top it all off with a hospitality community that extends VIP-level service to both you and your clients, and you have the ideal destination for your next program.

Scottsdale has a long history of hosting successful financial and insurance meetings, including:

  • Incentive/Chairman’s Circle & President’s Club
  • CEO Forums
  • Broker Forums
  • Advisor Due Diligence
  • Board of Directors Meetings
  • Leadership Meetings

When it comes to creating once-in-a-lifetime experiences for your group, Scottsdale makes it easy with a refined Sonoran Desert setting, idyllic weather and a host of exceptional offerings.

At Experience Scottsdale, we’re here to help you with a wide array of complimentary services. Submit an RFP today and find out just how effortless planning your Scottsdale program can be!

Traveling to Scottsdale

There’s no doubt about it – business travel can be challenging these days. But thanks to the robust air-lift offerings, award-winning staff and passenger-friendly amenities at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, as well as first-class corporate jet services at Scottsdale Airport, getting your clients to and from Scottsdale has never been easier.


Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is located 10 miles west of downtown Scottsdale, which means your group is only minutes from the city’s finest hotels, resorts and meeting facilities. Recently named “America’s Friendliest Airport” by passenger vote and also previously ranked the “Top Airport in the Country” by Newsweek Daily Beast (2010), Sky Harbor serves more than 40.5 million passengers each year and offers the following services and amenities:

  • Nonstop service to more than 80 domestic and 21 international destinations
  • More than 1,200 daily arrivals and departures, making Sky Harbor one of the nation’s 10 busiest airports for passenger traffic
  • 17 major airlines, including Southwest, American Airlines, United, Delta and British Airways
  • Free wireless Internet in all terminals
  • A full-service Rental Car Center housing 11 companies under one roof. With the capacity to hold 5,600 cars ready for customer pickup
  • Three spacious terminals that house an exciting mix of more than 50 retail shops. 35 eateries and 11 restaurants and bars, including new local offerings like Blanco Tacos + Tequila and Barrio Café

So conveniently located nine miles north of downtown Scottsdale and just minutes from world-class resorts, award-winning restaurants and championship golf courses, Scottsdale Airport is the ideal choice for corporate jet travel. This premier airport is one of the nation’s busiest single-runway facilities, recording more than 133,000 takeoffs and landings each year. The airport’s two fixed-base operators, Landmark Aviation and Scottsdale AirCenter, provide superb facilities, outstanding maintenance and impeccable customer service. And thanks to the airport’s new US-VISIT customs service. Which features state-of-the-art biometric identification techniques. Properly visa’d business travelers from all over the world can now fly into and out of Scottsdale Airport with ease.


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Scottsdale most visited city in the Southwest

Scottsdale most visited city in the Southwest; it’s one of the most dynamic cities on the planet. We have fabulous parks and museums and world-class dining, shopping, entertainment and hotels. We have everything you (and your guests!) could want—including a long list of special event venues.

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Corporate events are drawn to unique sites that offer both privacy and an occasion for maximum personalization. They do not want to tolerate the hotel guest lounging poolside in swim trunks a measly few yards away from the reception.

They also dread ineffective attempts to add a special spin to the usual boring décor. “The privacy factor is unquestionably a big draw—in a private hangar you can have the location all to yourself. It’s almost like home.” For guests who want every element to sing in perfect harmony, a private hangar makes that possible.

Whether it’s on a faraway island, a 5 Star Resort or a secluded desert villa, weddings at exclusive private hangars top the charts for couples tying the knot. We are made up of multiple venue options within the Scottsdale Arizona. Our exclusive access, in-house capabilities and extraordinary team make this venue experience like none other. We offer unique venues and options such as world class catering + dynamic furniture, decor and entertainment packages if needed.


What’s Changing (and What’s Not) in Incentives Today

What’s Changing (and What’s Not) in Incentives Today.

The 2017 Trends Study just released by the Incentive Research Foundation identifies 10 key areas of change—and their implications for workforce engagement, incentive travel, and recognition. The full report is available for download from the IRF website.

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Next Level’ Experiences Among Top 10 Incentive Trends for 2017

Next Level’ Experiences Among Top 10 Incentive Trends for 2017

The RIF has released its 2017 Trends Study, which highlights 10 key trends that will affect organizations, their products and services, and the workforce this year.

Special Events Staff | Feb 02, 2017

“At a time when the pace of economic change continues to accelerate. The IRF is tracking some essential shifts in the industry,” said IRF president Melissa Van Dyke. “The 2017 Trends Study also provides actionable suggestions so that business can leverage these trends to gain a competitive edge in a rapidly changing business landscape.”

IRF says that individualized experiences that key on emotion will be the “next level” of experiences. “Tapping emotional engagement through a strategic choice of rewards and incentives is a powerful way for businesses to motivate their stakeholders,” the report says.

Another major challenge: The fear of threats—from terrorism to foul weather—affecting incentive events. Almost 60 percent of planners have experienced some form of disruption in their events. Estimating that almost a quarter of their events have been affected in some way.

Other top trends, says IRF:

  • The increasing demand for non-cash rewards and recognition
  • Mastering the changing and challenging regulatory environment
  • Adapting to new technology
  • Industry consolidation
  • Increasing globalization

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