October 2018
issue
Cover Story Your Meetings Will Shine in the Sunshine State By

Great outdoor activities like boating and golf, as well as the draw of the magnificent resorts along the Atlantic beaches and Gulf Coast, offers something for everyone.

Full Story
Features

January 2018 brought a new era of increased transparency and vetted ethics and compliance into the medical meetings industry.

Full Story
Their Assistance and Availability Helps Planners Succeed By

Suppose a planner arranges for a group to drive between several restaurants for a dine-around. The planner checks a map to estimate the travel times based on the shortest routes between restaurants.

Full Story
New Technology Leads the Way for Meetings of the Future By

Twenty years ago, most planners depended on binders, folders and other paper-based systems. My, how things have changed.

Full Story
Being In It to Win It With Suppliers Will Ensure Pulling Off a Successful Event By

Have you ever worked with a meeting or event industry supplier who meshes so well with your vision it’s simply startling? You know the ones — they are organized, effective and deliver on their promises each and every time.

Full Story
With Minorities Becoming the Majority, Inclusive Meetings are Key to Success By

Planning diverse/multicultural corporate meetings was once a niche endeavor for planners because attendees, speakers and panelists were predominately white males. Those days are steadily coming to an end.

Full Story
How Secure Are Your Off-Property Events? By

While the potential for risk may be low, with safety and security issues, the cost can be astronomical.

Full Story
Winter Meetings Have Reached New Heights By

Destinations can be alluring, especially during Midwestern and Northeastern winters.

Full Story
Perspective

Back in the early 2000s, a few brave CMOs invested in some rudimentary tools designed to help better manage their campaigns and audiences.

Full Story
October 2018
issue
Cover Story Your Meetings Will Shine in the Sunshine State By

Great outdoor activities like boating and golf, as well as the draw of the magnificent resorts along the Atlantic beaches and Gulf Coast, offers something for everyone.

Full Story
Features

January 2018 brought a new era of increased transparency and vetted ethics and compliance into the medical meetings industry.

Full Story
Their Assistance and Availability Helps Planners Succeed By

Suppose a planner arranges for a group to drive between several restaurants for a dine-around. The planner checks a map to estimate the travel times based on the shortest routes between restaurants.

Full Story
New Technology Leads the Way for Meetings of the Future By

Twenty years ago, most planners depended on binders, folders and other paper-based systems. My, how things have changed.

Full Story
Being In It to Win It With Suppliers Will Ensure Pulling Off a Successful Event By

Have you ever worked with a meeting or event industry supplier who meshes so well with your vision it’s simply startling? You know the ones — they are organized, effective and deliver on their promises each and every time.

Full Story
With Minorities Becoming the Majority, Inclusive Meetings are Key to Success By

Planning diverse/multicultural corporate meetings was once a niche endeavor for planners because attendees, speakers and panelists were predominately white males. Those days are steadily coming to an end.

Full Story
How Secure Are Your Off-Property Events? By

While the potential for risk may be low, with safety and security issues, the cost can be astronomical.

Full Story
Winter Meetings Have Reached New Heights By

Destinations can be alluring, especially during Midwestern and Northeastern winters.

Full Story
Perspective

Back in the early 2000s, a few brave CMOs invested in some rudimentary tools designed to help better manage their campaigns and audiences.

Full Story
  • Snapshots
    Attendees at the Visit Seattle Event Innovation Forum
  • Snapshots
    IBTM Americas Show Director David Hidalgo (left) opens the event September 12 with Mexico City executives
  • Snapshots
    From left: Kathy Markarian, global hospitality services; Dean Gonzalez, The Garden Court Hotel; Anna Karas, global hospitality services attend the GBTA Convention 2018
  • Snapshots
    More than 70 female executives from the meetings and hospitality industry joined the ALHI Executive Women in Leadership Conference in Napa Valley, CA
  • Snapshots
    Nick Depner, Annette Zappata, Jeannie Valentino and Steve Ross, all from United Airlines, attend the GBTA Convention 2018
  • Snapshots
    Miami Heat legend Alonzo Mourning (left, holding check) and NBA Hall of Famer Shaquille O’Neal (right, holding check) help Carnival Cruise Line executives (left) present a $25,000 donation to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, while other former Heat players look on (right).
industry
events

October 1–4, 2018
World Meetings Forum Summit
Los Cabos, Mexico
wmforum.org

 

October 14-15, 2018
SITE Young Leaders Conference
Las Vegas, NV
312-321-5148
www.siteglobal.com

October 15, 2018
SITE Nite North America
Las Vegas, NV
312-321-5148
www.siteglobal.com

October 16-18, 2018
IMEX America
Sands Expo & Convention Center
Las Vegas, NV
+44 1273 227311
www.imexamerica.com

October 17–19, 2018
ITB Asia
Marina Bay Sands
Singapore
www.itb-asia.com

October 25, 2018
Attendee Acquisition Roundtable
City Club of Washington
Washington, DC
www.lippmanconnects.com/aar

October 29–30, 2018
ASAE Associations @ Work

Washington, DC
888.950.2723
aaw.asaecenter.org/index.cfm

For the full Industry Events Calendar, click here.

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