Do you have a contingency plan for yourself? Unless you prepare, a number of situations can impact your abilities as a meeting professional.
Though it sometimes seems that transportation is the outcast of meeting planning, if it’s not done right, it will be the number one event complaint.
Part of educating planners is busting some stubborn myths and long-held misconceptions about CVBs.
Put an iPad in the hands of a productivity expert like Peggy Duncan, and suddenly, what some regard as a toy becomes a business tool.
Jeff Blackman reveals what business lessons can be learned from last year’s remarkable transformation of the Chicago Cubs.
Technology is a main focus and the leading influence for top venues and event planners in the upcoming year.
Perhaps no greater partnership exists in the meetings industry than that of the planner and the destination marketing organization.
Vickie Mitchell shares what Ann Arbor, Michigan; Durham-Chapel Hill, North Carolina; Fort Collins, Colorado; Lexington, Kentucky; Lincoln, Nebraska; and Madison, Wisconsin have in common.
These organizations help meeting planners thrive.
Vickie Mitchell shares tips for optimizing your meeting’s audiovisual presentation.