Meetings run late more often than event planners would like. These strategies should help keep you on track.
Here’s how to attract, engage and retain your target audience and prevent last-minute no-shows.
I was hired because I could do the job, but I learned that day that combat boots, no matter how well polished, aren’t always appropriate.
Follow-up is one of the most important aspects of event design, but it’s also the most neglected areas of corporate event planning.
Experts’ recommendations: Get up, stand up and move. As often as you can.
There’s no better time than January to shape the year ahead. Good luck.
As a manager, sometimes it’s best to know what you don’t want, and then work backward.
Do you have what it takes to plan a mega-event? Want to learn how the pros do it? Go behind the scenes of the Consumer Electronics Show with MPI’s Experiential Event series and you’ll gain 11 hours of hands-on training and a certificate in Experiential Marketing with an emphasis on trade show management.
More people are enslaved now than during any other time in human history. Hospitality leaders are uniquely positioned to stop human trafficking. Here are some ways Atlanta industry leaders discovered.
As planners, we know to expect the unexpected. But having the pope, the president of the United States and the United Nations’ full complement of distinguished delegates in town at the same time as a PYM LIVE Event was a first. We learned an important lesson about the value of pre-show communication.
If you’re like many meeting planners, you associate mountain destinations with cold weather. That’s why the Mountain Meeting Alliance, a Colorado-based consortium, brought planners in for summer FAM tours.