Unless you work for a small local business, chances are that at some point you will have to plan an event overseas. When you do, there are a few things you should bear in mind. 1. Educate yourself about cultural sensitivities “The best way to prepare yourself for the cultural expectations of a destination is to […]
Shipping is one of those areas that isn’t a problem until the items you shipped don’t arrive. Then, the scrambling begins. In this best practices article, I’d like to cover the three areas of shipping, general information, shipping domestically and overseas.
Food and beverage advice from catering expert Claire R. Gould. This month, Gould shares a cautionary tale about working overseas.
A conversation with Vanessa Whitehead of Global Organization and Planning Services. This is the first part of a three-part series focusing on planning international meetings. Part two will focus on accommodating international attendees at stateside events.