Meetings Management

Vendor OversightJanuary 22, 2024
How to Manage Your Event Vendors More Effectively By Maura Keller

Managing projects, choreographing event schedules, strategizing the best venues, and handling all of the digital components of the events is not a job that can be done alone.

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Compete & ConnectDecember 12, 2022
Gamification is a Sure-Fire Way to Engage Event Attendees By Maura Keller

From earning points toward prizes upon listening to breakout speakers, to team-building events that award the most successful teams, to interactive games that result in free giveaways, the gamification of today’s meetings and events is popular among attendees and planners alike.

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Southern CharmJune 20, 2022
Meetings in Savannah Offer Many Memorable Experiences By Brandi Chambless

In this gem of a city, it would be next to impossible to seal the bottomless concoction of tales about the effervescently modern, yet historic, American city of Savannah.

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Survive & ThriveOctober 12, 2021
Planners Must Have the Ability to Adjust on the Fly By David Swanson

Meeting planners are no strangers to contingency plans. In fact, they may have been better prepared than other industries to roll with the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Budget BusinessOctober 12, 2021
Budgeting Strategies Are Fluid Due to the Pandemic By Keith Loria

As social distancing guidelines ease and more companies return to in-person meetings, it means planners need to once again rethink how budgets will be affected in 2022.

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One of the marks of a great conference, meeting or event is how memorable the speakers are…

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How Some of the Most Accomplished Females in the Business Found Success By Keith Loria

Those in the corporate and incentive travel industry have long championed female leaders, and the industry possesses some amazing influencers. Here’s a look at some of the great women who impact our industry every day.

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What Planners Need to Know to Calculate Strategically By Christine Loomis

The 2019 Global Meetings and Events Forecast gives planners and stakeholders in the meetings industry reason for optimism.

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The Good, the Bad and the Beautiful By Christine Loomis

Despite the fact that more than 80 percent of businesses now have some type of non-cash rewards and recognition programs, a recent study by the Incentive Research Foundation found that managers in this field do not have the same benchmarks and resources to rely on as managers in other industries.

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From Floundering Failures to Super Successes By Christine Loomis

Success, according to legions of leaders from industry, politics and beyond, is in many ways dependent on failure. John C. Maxwell, noted author and speaker, put it this way: “Without failure, there is no achievement.” Elon Musk, founder of SpaceX among other companies, famously points to his resume of “epic failures” and says, “If things […]

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