Thanksgiving in Boston is a special time of the year and there is always so much to be thankful for. The Thanksgiving holiday is all about spending time with friends and family while acknowledging the gifts in our lives over a delicious, hot dinner.
We consider Thanksgiving the official kickoff to the holiday season and our team at Fini Concierge does our best to make sure all of our Boston area clients are prepped and ready. Continue reading
There are so many things to do in Boston Thanksgiving weekend. Whether you get tickets to see the Bruins, shop till you drop on Newbury Street on Black Friday, or make it to the opening night of Boston Ballet’s The Nutcracker, rest assured there will be something for everyone in the family to enjoy.
Boston is known as a destination for corporate events because of the wide range of facilities, restaurants and leisurely activities suitable for group events. Whether you are planning a trade show, an annual company retreat or the yearly holiday party – Fini Concierge can assist with your corporate event planning in Boston. Continue reading
Your annual company holiday party is a great way to show your staff how much you appreciate them. Whether you have two employees or dozens, finding time to organize it can be a challenge. Continue reading
It’s that time of year when giving becomes the theme of the season. One of Fini Concierge’s favorite ways to give is by volunteering our time to local community organizations. In the past we’ve shaved our heads for Buzz Off For Kids With Cancer, delivered Thanksgiving pies for Community Servings, picked up trash at a state park in honor of MLK Day, and supplied backpacks of school supplies for children through Schools On Wheels. Continue reading
Halloween is quickly approaching and we know you don’t want to be stuck scrambling for a costume or having to buy candy corn as your trick-or-treat. Here are a few ways the Fini Concierge team can help you prepare for your spookiest Halloween yet.
Many of us struggle to achieve a healthy balance between work and family or personal life. But, whose responsibility (the employee or the employer) is it to ensure that an individual achieves that work-life balance? And at whose expense?