Today we are announcing our acquisition of EventWorks, the nationally recognized event agency based out of Los Angeles. It’s regarded as one of the top in production, design, branding, event planning, and fabrication. In joining with Haute Rock Creative, we have created a powerhouse agency for corporate, sports, and entertainment clients around the world.
This is a big day for one of our five Haute Companies brands—today we’re officially unveiling new renderings of our Haute Spot renovations! We’ve been patiently waiting for the right time to start updating Haute Spot, our premier venue space in Cedar Park, Texas. And this week, those changes are finally underway!
I know I’m not the first person to say it, but it bears repeating: 2020 has not been anyone’s year. In addition to the usual business challenges, the economy has been rattled by pandemics, social issues, and politics. This upheaval has really required business leaders to take a look at their plans and pivot—quickly. But doing so requires something that most companies are pretty averse to: taking risks.
Business can be pretty awkward sometimes. That’s just a plain and simple truth, especially when money and livelihoods are on the line. But in order to make win/win business transactions happen, both parties need to be open to new possibilities, which means having an open and trusting relationship. At Haute Companies, we pride ourselves in our ability to invite people in and make them feel at home.
So, what’s our secret? And how do you apply it to your own business? I’m glad you asked.
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