Bringing you “Motivation for Innovation,” the 2011 PYM Annual is designed to help you navigate new technologies, find solutions for current challenges and, hopefully, inspire you to create something big, bright, beautiful and business-friendly at your next meeting or event. But, like everything we do here at Plan Your Meetings, this was a group effort. […]
The Dallas Arboretum is a stunning meeting facility. On May 12, we had an interesting conversation about meeting innovations here with @Jeff Hurt. Take a look at the venue: And here’s our story, archived from the social media conversation, courtesy of Storify: [View the story “PYM LIVE Dallas 2011” on Storify]
We had a blast at the 2011 PYM LIVE Austin. The planners in attendance had great ideas and a lot of questions, which made for an interesting discussion. But perhaps my favorite thing about the Austin event was an e-mail we received from two of the planners in attendance the very next day. It seems […]
If you thought the revitalization of downtown Houston was over, you were mistaken. The city continues to reinvent itself — adding new hotels, attractions, urban parks and retail districts. Market Square Park, which opened in August 2010, occupies the site of Houston’s original City Hall in the heart of the historic district. The park’s lawn […]
Every Christmas for the past 10 years, the Hyatt Regency Dallas has given the homeless a special gift: the chance to wake up somewhere safe and warm. In recent years, the hotel has partnered with SoupMobile Inc.’s founder David Timothy, aka “The SoupMan,” to provide a Christmas Eve banquet and housing for as many as 500 local homeless men and women.
Have you ever been somewhere so cool that you wanted to tell others about it? In our “Letter to a Planer” series, our fictional meeting planners Sammy and Jane do just that. Here’s our first letter, from Sammy to Jane, created for Rockport-Fulton, Texas. In it, Sammy discoveres the twin cities’ unusual meeting venues, Blue-Wave […]