Yesterday across North America, over sixty events celebrated the first North American Meetings Industry Day. Started in Canada over ten years ago, the purpose is to have our Industry more recognized across the country and our communities … so that people stop asking “But what is it that you do exactly?”
You just came back from a beautiful island where you stayed at a five-star property. You had a nice welcome cocktail by the pool and a farewell dinner on the beach. You are a top-performer for your company … and seriously, you have just experienced a very nice reward trip! Nothing more and nothing less. Your company may have invested a lot of money but is it really leveraging the emotional lasting impact a unique experience can create?
A Customer Advisory Board is a valuable investment for DMO’s and their customers.
For DMO’s, it’s one of the most essential strategic tools they can leverage … as long as they create an open environment that encourages candid feedback and don’t see it as another opportunity to sell the destination.
Now more than ever we need to get a greater return from our events. As event planners we have a responsibility to ensure the events we run align with organization strategy. Here are 7 steps to achieving success.
Last October, Marriott agreed to pay $600,000 in a settlement with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) over allegations that its Gaylord Opryland Hotel & Convention Center in Nashville had blocked personal Wi-Fi hotspots from guests and accordingly, had forced them to use the hotel chain’s network … at a price!
This week, I was attending INTIX 2019, The International Ticketing Association Conference, in my role as US CEO of SecuTix, the leading white-label ticketing engagement
I. KNOW. YOU. You are passionate about planning and organizing meetings and events. You are very good at putting together the logistics. You don’t mind
As independent meeting planners in the Meeting and Events Industry, we need to change the way we are asking questions to our clients and shift