2017 marks the 100th year of business for Perona Farms, a venue full of rich family history that is maintained today. Still owned and operated by the Perona family, the fourth and fifth generations continue to carry on these important traditions. Located in the heart of northern New Jersey, Perona Farms has both indoor and outdoor spaces to host events that range from 20-300 attendees. “Each year, Perona Farms hosts at least 300 weddings, social, corporate and off-premise catering events,” says Bryant Avondoglio, director of operations, and a fifth-generation Perona. 

While weddings are most popular, since Perona Farms offers five different locations for wedding ceremonies, the venue has also seen a substantial increase in corporate meetings and social events. With its extensive grounds, world-class cuisine and trained service team, Perona Farms is a perfect venue to host your next event. “Perona Farms has remained popular and successful for 100 years by constantly innovating and maintaining daily family involvement in all aspects of the operation. The on-site greenhouse for fresh produce is just the latest example of constant innovation,” says Avondoglio. 

Retreats and off-site meetings present wonderful opportunities for groups to collaborate, strategize and build relationships away from their normal office environments. With proper planning, these sessions can be highly effective and even pivotal in setting a new direction. However, off-sites may present some unforeseen challenges that can quickly deflate the energy in the room if not anticipated and addressed in advance.

 

Highfive video conferencing is “a reimagined meeting room experience built for organizations with multiple offices and remote workers, partners and customers,” says Chris Heinemann, Highfive’s senior director of corporate marketing. 

Highfive’s premium service is equipped with a 4K HDR Dolby camera and a high-fidelity audio microphone powered by Dolby Voice. With a CPU built into the camera, setup is easy and requires customers to place the camera on top of the television or on a wall mount.  

 

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