Want to share your ideas and industry insights with the Best Corporate Events blog audience? Here’s how to submit articles for consideration and details on what we look for.
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Best Corporate Events blog selectively accepts outside contributions from industry professionals with knowledge on subject matter interesting to our audience.

Articles submitted for consideration should be:

  • Between approximately 500 and 900 words.
  • Intended for exclusive publication on the BCE blog.
  • Covering a subject matter that is of interest to our corporate audience. We prefer topics similar to those we regularly cover on our blog, including team building, company culture, professional development, employee engagement, leadership, meetings and events, workplace dynamics, and other topics that relate to our industry, company, and services.
  • Written by an individual (not on behalf of a department or organization) who is a leader in or knowledgable on the subject of the article.
  • Written in a professional but not overly formal tone. We like engaging and polished writing that is lively and thought-provoking, but not stuffy.
  • Inclusive of at least one image or graphic to feature with the post.
  • Inclusive of 2-5 relevant internal and external links. External links must remain pertinent to the subject matter of the article and not be unduly promotional to an external company or product.

How to submit:

  • Email completed articles for consideration to Best Corporate Events’ Director of Marketing, Catherine Crowley, at Please, no pitches, abstracts, outlines, or drafts

What to expect next:

  • Submissions will be reviewed for approval and publication on a rolling basis. You will be contacted if your submission is approved with an expected publication date or any questions we have, please no follow-ups.
  • All submissions selected for publication are subject to edits for style and tone. Headings and subheadings, links, and images may also be added, removed, or changed as deemed necessary.
  • We cannot offer to pay for submitted content, but will actively promote any contributed content just like we would our own internal blog posts.
Thank you again for your interest in contributing to the Best Corporate Events blog. We look forward to seeing your submissions!

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