Planners

Growth. All businesses and professionals should desire it and most certainly need it. But achieving and sustaining growth in today’s uber-complex environment —whether corporate, entrepreneurial or personal career growth — takes multifaceted vision, ingenuity and agility. Indeed, a lack of growth in business speaks volumes. But, even as businesses at large strive to thrive, so, […]

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Anyone involved in the events industry is familiar with requests for proposals (RFPs). From city-wide conventions and association conferences to incentive trips and large-scale promotional events, each opportunity starts with an RFP. They’re everywhere. We have recognized that RFPs are a great tool for growing your book of business, but the process can be monotonous, […]

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With the rise of small meetings and corporate events, the modern event landscape provides a long list of demands for event planners…

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By Lindsay Martin-Bilbrey, CMP

If you want to be great at event management, you need to get comfortable with failure and see it in a positive light.

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The planner submits a Request for Proposal, but is it enough to be accepted by a hotel? Conversely, is the product/service supplier being an effective advisor to ensure the planner responds “Yes” to their RFP?

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And Other Top Learnings From IAEE Women's Leadership Forum By Betsy Bair

These key takeaways can be applied to any aspiring professional or any conference.

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Considering pricing structures, functionality and built-for-purpose options, choosing the best solutions for event technology is no easy task.

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And When It Comes to Politics, Stay Neutral! By Gloria Petersen

How a situation is handled, not the incident itself, is the key to a successful result.

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By Niki Jorgensen

The unwillingness to disconnect, decompress and destress will likely become a major health issue if we fail to react.

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Here’s How to Cope By Jeannie Powers

The extreme adrenaline rush of finishing a major project often can be followed by a sadness of lacking that sense of purpose.

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