Better trips begin with attention to the details. The more you share with your attendees in advance, the better their experience will be.
Flexibility is key. Consider drive time and a backup plan.
In a world with technology that connects people in every way possible, there’s still something to be said about face-to-face contact. That’s the message of a survey from Certain Inc. in San Francisco.
Meeting planners can't keep the Euro from collapsing or prevent a double-dip U.S. recession. But they can prepare to be their own best advocates.
If the circumstances are right, the idea of a multiyear contract should be embraced.
One of my favorite quotes from Harvey Mackay is, “If you don’t have a destination, you’ll never get there.” How true this is for our client’s events
Does this sound familiar? You’re facing an overwhelming amount of work and can’t possibly get it all done between now and when it’s due. You don’t have enough people (or anyone) to delegate to and you are overwhelmed.
As if that’s not enough fun, I bet some of the events you’re being asked to plan are [...]