Destination Colorado, a member-based organization that helps promote the state’s destinations and services to meeting and incentive planners, has released its 2011 Meeting Planner Guide, which has information on more than 100 meeting venues and services throughout the state. For more information on booking meetings and group business in Colorado, visit destinationcolorado.com or “like” Destination […]
Icebreakers can be a great way to start a meeting, as they set the tone for the presentation. They are helpful in relaxing participants, which then makes them more receptive to listening and contributing. Icebreaker activities also can create a “team atmosphere” and motivate participants to work with others in a cooperative manner. A good […]
Despite reassurances that the recession is over, corporate purse strings aren’t getting any looser. And that, coupled with increasing hotel and transportation costs and short booking windows, is leaving meeting and event planners feeling pinched. On the meeting supply side, hotel and convention sales managers are having a hard time connecting with potential clients and […]
In case you couldn’t be with us at our 2011 PYM LIVE Orlando event June 1, we collected the social media buzz on the event and published a little recap story using the free tool Storify. Check it out:
On April 29, 2011, meeting planners and suppliers came together in Atlanta to discuss the State of the Industry. Here is a summary of their findings.
It used to be that if you were hosting a corporate meeting or association conference, it was understood it needed a theme. Who can forget the classics? Right Team, Right Time Right Now. The Power of One. Focus on the Future. Better than Ever Together. Mission Possible. The theme sets the tone, in what planners hope […]