Within each of these trends are many related trends. What have you seen invade the meeting landscape, for better or for worse?
General sessions are the biggest opportunity your group has to get its message across to your attendees, and more often than not, that opportunity is wasted.
Balance, form and function, scale, interest and unity are the guidelines to good design, says James S. Rota, who learned the hard way. Ask him about the shrimp boat.
Setting goals — creating excitement for a new product launch or helping the sales force deal with change, for example — should be what drives you. Your theme and message should support the goal.
If you don’t know the difference between a 3,000 lumen and a 5,000 lumen projector, you’re not alone. Many meeting professionals find event technology daunting and difficult to keep up with. In this PYM Knowledge Series video, a panel of experts, moderated by Jeff Hurt of Velvet Chainsaw Consulting, discuss and demystify several areas of […]