Career CounselingDecember 12, 2022
Create a Plan and Take Advantage of Networking, Relationships By Maura Keller

Let’s say that after several years of working in your dream job as a corporate meeting and event planner for a Fortune 500 company, you’ve started to recognize your desire to enhance your current role, or perhaps explore career opportunities in a new company. But because you’ve been working diligently in your current role, you […]

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Your Preview Guide to the Largest Trade Show in the U.S. for Global Meetings, Events and Incentives By Coastal Communications

IMEX America, the largest meetings industry trade show in the U.S., will be held October 11-13 at Mandalay Bay.

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Relationships Can Find Balance Based on Meaningful Dialogue By John Buchanan

In the jargon of the meeting industry, perhaps no other term is used more today — or more inaccurately — than “partners.”

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The Digital World Increases the Importance of Face-to-Face Networking By Sophia Bennett

Social media has made us more networked that ever. It’s easy to connect with people around the world from our desks and living rooms whether we’re wearing a suit or pajamas.

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Bringing People Together Is Vital to Business Success By Maura Keller

Planning the networking component of an event requires just as much strategic forethought as the rest of the event.

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How Planners Design Events to Facilitate Connections By Patrick Simms

Companies that truly appreciate the value of networking treat it as more than an afterthought, proactively fostering introductions and relationship-building among attendees.

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Key Strategies and New Tools Help Attendees Make the Right Connections By Michael Bassett

Attendees want more networking events and less content (something they can always get online).

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