Even the best meeting planner can’t be everywhere at once and that’s why we engage Travel Directors to help us manage the details of each event we plan.
Social media is a powerful tool for any meeting or event planner today. Here’s some social media tips for before, during and after your event!
To understand what your attendees thought about your event, all you have to do is ask. Chatbots and kiosks can address problems in real time.
IMEX 2017 Conference was packed from new hotel security, like having to scan room cards at elevators to ensuring your event in case of a natural disaster.
Rob Adams, President and CEO of meetings and events producer Bishop-McCann says that once he was introduced to research that found that trust and purpose create engagement.
If you have an event planned in Florida, it’s important to know about severe weather that could occur, forcing you to think of a new plan of attack for your perfect event you spent time and money in planning.
Meeting planning expert Hillary Bamont featured in Gaming Destinations Millennials Will Love article at successfulmeetings.com.
Dec. 15, 2016 – The days of chafing dishes filled with chicken and the typical pasta primavera are slowly phasing out within the corporate events industry; in fact, creative food displays at corporate events are starting to become a symbolic way to measure corporate event success based on attendee feedback. Food has always been the focal […]
Nov. 1, 2016 – The red blinking “hold” button pulsed impatiently as Kate frantically clicked through emails and scrolled through spreadsheets searching for an answer. In desperation, she finally called over her cubicle wall to coworkers, “Does anyone remember the New Orleans hotel we used for Contoso last year?” Someone at the corporate event management […]
Oct. 3, 2016 – I have been blessed by many opportunities to work with the best and with great gratitude for my time at Microsoft, I have decided to begin a new chapter in my career journey…