Are you looking for corporate entertainment that will leave your guests in shock and awe? If you have an event coming up and have been left with the task of planning the ball, sit down dinner or evening drinks, hire a corporate magician.
Aron White has performed at hundreds of corporate functions and has a range of experience performing table magic or mix and mingle magic to the highest of corporate clients.
Having attended multiple trade shows Aron White knows how to exhibit his magic in a succinct and professional way. A great addition to any trade fair, his experience in close-up magic provides entertainment for all guests at the expo, whilst his know how of trade fair infrastructure means he coincides with the professional nature of these events. His magical service and showcase perfectly demonstrates the tricks of the trade.
An award ceremony is the perfect event to hire Aron White. That high spirit and sense of anticipation that is inevitable with any award ceremony coincides with Aron’s magical routine precisely. A catalyst for conversation, Aron White is the perfect tool that can be used to enhance the joy of an award winner, but also make those people who just missed out bad feelings disappear with a puff of smoke.
Holding a corporate function, conference or dinner with over 150 guests and need entertainment for the night that can cope? Aron White can perform for up to 3 hours, amazing over 300 guests at a time, right from their seats.
If you are organizing a corporate event it is important to note that performing for the highest of corporate clients isn’t for every magician. Aron knows this and his ability to perform breath-taking magic is as important to him as his ability to be able to relate to guests – showcasing skill, wit, a level of understanding with people quickly and noticing when the time isn’t right to perform is an essential part of Aron’s professionalism and experience as a corporate magician. That moment when you’re about to a close a significant relationship with a new client won’t be interrupted by the “pick a card” cliché.