Covering topics from catering inspiration to the changing face of technology, these books are the new must-reads all event planners should add to their reading lists.
5 Books Event Planners Need to Read Now
Here are five recently released books that planners should add to their reading lists.
'Maggie Austin Cake: Artistry and Technique' by Maggie Austin
Photos: Courtesy of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (Cover), Kate Headley (Cake)
'Peter Callahan’s Party Food: Mini Hors d’Oeuvres, Family-Style Settings, Plated Dishes, Buffet Spreads, Bar Carts' by Peter Callahan
Photo: Clarkson Potter Publishers
'The Face of Digital: How Digital Technologies Are Changing The $565 Billion Dollar Events Industry' by Marco Giberti and Jay Weintraub
Photo: Ian Claudius
'Give: The Ultimate Guide to Using Facebook Advertising to Generate More Leads, More Clients, and Massive ROI' by Nicholas Kusmich
Photo: Courtesy of Lioncrest Publishing
'Am I Being Too Subtle? Straight Talk From a Business Rebel' by Sam Zell
Photo: Courtesy of Portfolio Publishing
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