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Thursday, January 17 2013
Meeting Planners Give Back During Convening Leaders
During its annual meeting, Convening Leaders — concluding today in Orlando — meeting planners gave back to their host community in spades, according to the Professional Convention Management Association (PCMA), which offered attendees at this year's meeting a choice of three different charitable opportunities: Party with a Purpose, Hospitality Helping Hands and the Network for the Needy Donation Drive.
Thursday, January 10 2013
How to Breeze Through Airport Security
Let’s face it: Getting through airport security is a drag. But there are ways to make the process a little less painful and reduce your chances of getting pulled aside for additional screening. The following tips come mainly from the Transportation Security Administration:
Thursday, January 10 2013
How to Get Through the Line Faster
Passengers are asked to keep in mind the following advice to help make their trip through the airport as efficient and comfortable as possible.
Tuesday, January 08 2013
Staying on the cutting edge is an implicit part of a meeting planner’s job description. Wowing attendees and getting them to return year after year requires knowing what’s hot, next and new. At the same time, satisfying stakeholders and CEOs demands that you understand the most efficient, cost-effective ways to do business in the current year’s landscape.
In drafting our list of the top trends to watch for in 2013, we talked to leading experts in the fields that matter most: F&B, decor, technology and the industry at large. This breakdown provides some valuable insights and direction, so you can remain, as ever, on the cutting edge of this evolving industry.
Friday, January 04 2013
Proceed With Caution
If you’re a government meeting planner, an outside consultant specializing in government meetings or virtually anyone dealing with this kind of meeting, it may feel like a perpetual minefield when you’re trying to navigate regulations and ethics standards and make certain all arrangements are above reproach. “I’ve been doing this since 1994, and one of the first things I learned is that appearance is everything,” Hartman says. “You might have the best deal in the world from a hotel, but if it appears as if a government official is having a lavish meeting or something a city official doesn’t want on the front page of the newspaper, don’t do it.”
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