How do you attract more business, reach the decision makers and keep your staff motivated through the hard times? Those were some of the questions tackled by Table 2 at the 2010 PYM Town Hall Austin: State of the Industry Event held on Feb. 24 at the AT&T Executive Education & Conference Center.
Engaging attendees using Twitter, multi-year contracts and budget challenges were among the topics tackled during the educational session at 2010 PYM LIVE Austin, held at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center on the University of Texas campus today. Jeff Rasco (@JeffRasco) and Marla Werst (@ChicGeekGirl) helmed the roundtable discussion, which was inspired by our […]
At 2pm CT/3pm ET today, PYM partners are gathering to discuss the State of the Industry. Join them via live webcast from the AT&T Executive Education Conference Center at the University of Texas in Austin by clicking the item below or visiting http://18.104.22.168:8080/attconference. PYM Town Hall Austin: State of the Industry Live webcast of 2010 […]
Welcome to my new monthly column! Each month I will spotlight a new planner. If you’re interested in being profiled, please contact me at Lisa.Kraus@PlanYourMeetings.com. This month, I had the distinct pleasure of speaking to Kimberly Roberts, CMP, CSEP.
Hotels and resorts from coast to coast are coming up short-staffed as the federal government seeks to reduce the number of foreign-born workers who typically fill housekeeping, kitchen, front desk and banquet positions.
Robert Hodge, former director of the Austin Convention Center in Texas, says he changed customer evaluation scores on surveys in order to boost employee morale. But, the grand jury says that 16 instances of tampering between 2005 and 2007 were done with an intent to defraud.