Look for these options at your next event: hyper-local, craft food and drink, gluten-free, ancient grains, mini-comfort foods, umami, meaty flavors and gourmet vegetarian.
Understanding data makes you more strategic and efficient. It helps you drive revenue, create a quality experience and know who will come to your event. What’s not to like?
Words alone can fail to evoke the same emotional connection or intellectual activity that a picture does.
When you think of green meeting destinations, what cities spring to mind? San Francisco? Portland, Ore.? Atlanta? If Atlanta doesn’t, it should. Here’s why: Atlanta has the world’s largest LEED-certified convention center, the Georgia World Congress Center. The first chapter of the global Green Meeting Industry Council incorporated in Atlanta in 2009. The city’s focus […]
People don’t naturally latch on to new things, says Midori Connolly. So if you’re asking them to get a little uncomfortable, make it a fun experience.
Plan Your Meetings’ 2012 Annual Guide has received three Azbee Awards of Excellence. The Azbees, given by the American Society of Business Publishers and Editors, are among the most competitive contests for business-to-business, trade, association and professional publications. Plan Your Meetings, a multimedia educational resource for corporate meeting planners, is published by Atlanta Metropolitan Publishing. […]