When attendees register for your event, why not ask them then who they’d like to meet there and what they’d like to achieve or learn? You could have a relationship concierge on-site who works to connect people and make sure they get the value and connections they expect.
They are behind the scenes orchestrating a variety of activities. They also are centerstage answering questions and coordinating important functions. They listen to their customer’s needs and create memorable experiences.
If this sounds like the role of a meeting planner, you’re almost right. It’s actually the profile of a hotel concierge, the underutilized resource every meeting planner should get to know…
Two great trends on the rise: The introduction of personal butlers at high-end hotels and personal assistants that are only a call away. Maestro Personal Assistants also lets you set up concierge/personal assistance as a branded service from your company. It’s a great way to help VIPs, important clients and incentive guests manage their time […]