Kristi Casey Sanders

Kristi Casey Sanders is the VP of creative/chief storyteller of Plan Your Meetings. In addition to being an award-winning journalist who has covered meeting industry trends and destinations since 2003, she is a popular speaker on the topics of technology, sustainability, community building, engagement and proving ROI. Prior to joining the PYM team, she was a corporate trainer/performer with Boom Chicago Comedy Theatre in Amsterdam, where she taught multinational groups soft skills through improv. In her spare time, she is site selection chair for the Society of American Travel Writers’ Eastern Chapter, a big-time geek, and loving mom and wife. Not necessarily in that order. Follow her on Twitter @PYMLive or @KristiCasey. And check out her videos on PYM's YouTube channel.

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Mobile, yes. Paperless, yes. And also face-to-face.

It’s essential to set up regular phone or video conferences to keep your team members connected.  More

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Marriott #GetTransported campaign hints at larger brand innovations

What does a 4-D virtual reality experience have to do with one of the world's iconic hotel brands? Is it just a gimmick to reach millennials? More

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First Mountain Meeting Alliance tour shows planners power, beauty of Colorado

MEETING PLANNERS WHO ORGANIZE EVENTS IN COLORADO ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY FOR THE 2015 MOUNTAIN MEETING ALLIANCE FAM TRIP. Conducting a site visit is a crucial part of designing a successful event, but too few meeting planners can get out of the office to see potential venues. That’s why the Mountain Meeting Alliance, three independent Colorado [...] More

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Another step on the path to a paperless office

Who needs a jump drive when you have the cloud? More

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Come and get it: 8 hot catering trends for 2015

Culinaire International's Senior VP David Wood discusses what planners and attendees will be munching on soon.  More

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How to create a mobile, paperless office

A five-part guide for telecommuters, wannabes and road warriors. More

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Future of events? Friendlier, faster, customized

In his crystal ball, Social Tables CEO Dan Berger sees events that are automated and crowd-sourced.  More

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