Imagine a milkshake spiked with chocolate-cherry liqueur and topped with whip, crushed chocolate wafers and a cherry. Who’d miss this meeting?
Goals, group size and budget should be at the top of your list when you’re planning team-building activities.
Design trends in 2014 are all about pairing the old and the new in fresh ways.
Most participants need time to get an event on their calendar, but a last-minute push can work to your advantage.
Think back to your last event. How often did you feel tired? Did you get fanny fatigue and/or brain freeze? It’s not uncommon.
This visual tool is a great way to spark interest in your next event as part of an integrated marketing plan.
Room advances are common among planners who want to make sure that VIPs find their lodging in perfect condition. Here are some things to watch out for.
There’s an app attack brewing in the meeting and events industry, but for now it’s just a tiny takeover, according to Lawrence Coburn, CEO of mobile event application provider DoubleDutch.
Atlanta’s Convention & Visitors Bureau has won platinum and bronze Adrian awards in recognition of its “I AM ATL” advertising campaign, which includes an action-oriented film series titled “ATL Files.”
Before you come to a PYM LIVE Event, make sure you read these useful tips. They will help you make the most of the experience and prepare you for some of our on-site experiments.
The first PYM LIVE Event of the year kicks off today in Atlanta. We have a whole new series of ideas and experiments we’re incorporating into our Sites & Bites program. Among them: Social media competitions, on-demand fitness breaks and bite-sized accredited education on contract negotiations and food and beverage for advanced and intermediate-level meeting/event planners who are responsible for site selection. Can’t be with us, but would like to follow along? Use the hashtag #yaypym.