This visual tool is a great way to spark interest in your next event as part of an integrated marketing plan.
Using social media the right before before an event can limit no-shows and build buzz.
A few weeks ago we talked about what was involved in trying to achieve a work-life balance. Today we get more specific.
The steps to a good, achievable goal include realistic dreaming, specific actions, a time frame and self-discipline.
Our Monthly Morsel column shares tales from the dark side, what catering managers can do to make sure they book an event and some of the major turnoffs.
A SMART goal is: Specific, Measurable, Actionable, Realistic and Timely. A SMART goal has a built-in plan associated with it, so you can get to work and map your progress from Day 1.
New year, new events, new resolve. Everybody talks about work-life balance, right? But what does it really involve? Master these six components as a meeting planner, and you've got it made.