Ten ways to... Entertain thriftily

Impressing that key client doesn't mean breaking the bank...

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Last Updated: 01 Nov 2010

1. Keep it intimate
2. Share the cost
3. Tap that little black book
4. Barter with suppliers
5. Shop around
6. Use your own facilities
7. Make breakfast the new afternoon tea
8. ... and afternoon tea the new dinner
9. Put on your quizmaster hat
10. Get out the karaoke machine

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