As I stood in front of the group, charged with leading them in a 90 minute team building activity, I was inspired by the cohesiveness they brought to the activity, having spent the previous 30 hours bonding, building and reinforcing the ties that...
Emily King looks at why blank canvas venues appeal to organisers Blank canvas venues can be seen as either daunting spaces that needs substantial work to make them look good, or as an opportunity to use
When you’re planning an event, transportation doesn’t rank high on the must-have list. Sure, guests need to travel from Point A to Point B. But aside from booking a shuttle or car service, you’re focused on wowing people through performances, keynotes, and fun perks. What if you could captivate audience members from the moment they …
We recently spoke with several influential meeting professionals about what planners need to differently to engage attendees these days. Their comments are part of The Meeting Professional's annual State of the Industry article, which also includes thoughts about security, diversity, the seller’s market and much more.
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