They say that you should never work with children or animals. However,
in the events industry, that just isn’t possible. Discover our top 5
tips for creating a successful event for children that will make your
event planning a cinch.
A lot of time and effort goes into planning a work conference or event. If you want it to be successful, it’s not a project you can throw together overnight. Put a solid team in place and start planning your event as early as possible. Begin brainstorming locations, themes and...
Everyone is a potential contact and every location is a potential
event venue. Be kind and respectful to everyone and always be helpful
to others because one day, they will be helpful to you and your
In our latest interview with planners, Diana Tighe, director of
catering and conference services at Washington Duke Inn and Golf Club,
in Durham, N.C., shares her event planning best practices and top tips
for meeting and event planners.
On this episode of Event TALK we are speaking with Will Thompson,
Business Development Manager at Atema Partners. Our discussion focuses
on best practices and tips for event planners in hiring and working
with AV companies.
On this episode of Event TALK we are speaking with Christy Lamagna,
Founder and Chief Strategist of Strategic Meetings and Events. Our
discussion focuses on the need for the planning industry, and meeting
professionals to be more strategic to insure long-term success.
On this episode of Event TALK we are speaking with PS Ives, Co-Founder
of Space in the Raw. We will learn what non-traditional event venues
can offer planners, and how meeting and event planners should prepare
for and manage an event in a non-traditional venue.
With more than 200,000 square feet of meeting space, 1,000 guest
rooms, and a recently finished renovation, this resort offers a
sophisticated oceanfront destination suited for large conferences and
If the eyes are the windows to the soul, your face may be your ticket
to your next event. Thanks to improvements in facial recognition
technology, meeting and event planners have access to a whole slew of
tools to make their conferences and events more interactive, engaging
Planning conferences and meetings is becoming more complicated. In the past, our responsibilities mainly entailed logistics, and attendee, venue, and vendor management. Now, it is no longer enough for planners to be experts in these fields alone. Planners now need to be marketers, product managers, negotiation and contract specialists, security...