Yes, no, maybe. Hurry up, slow down. Ready … set … wait! To meet or not to meet, that’s the daily conundrum facing event planners and their clients. So, how do you cut through the fuzziness of it all and make the big decision?
After a year of pandemic-forced hibernation, you’ve made the big decision: You’re going to host a hybrid meeting. Fantastic! But what does that even mean …? Each day, we hear of more and more organizations deciding now is the time for re-entry into the live-event
A few weeks back, a friend texted me early on a Sunday morning. He’d been watching a handful of TEDx Buckhead talks and came across one delivered by Jennifer Cohen entitled The Secret to Getting Anything You Want in Life. The timing was amazing …
So, after exactly 255 masked-up, quarantined, sheltered-in-place, land-locked and locked-down 24-hour cycles, I received an invitation to take part in an industry event in Quintana Roo along México’s Riviera Maya. After eight months, finally, the chance to travel!
OK, y’all, I’m just gonna throw it out there. I was dressed really cute and felt supremely confident in my crisp white slacks, smart Navy blue tank, and Tory Burch wedges that matched the tank to a tee.
For reasons so 2020, this was a big day for me. But I made a major rookie mistake …
A long, long time ago, I produced a sales incentive trip for a computer software company where I worked at the time. I was the only event planner on staff and incentives for the sales team were a new thing. Needless to say, the pressure
In times like these, with Coronavirus dominating the news and last week’s deadly tornadoes in Nashville [America’s sixth-largest meetings market, according to a recent American Express Global Travel Survey], the spotlight shines on an often lightly regarded but critically important clause in corporate meetings and
A fine chef strives to keep his or her menu fresh and exciting. And a conscientious Corporate Meeting & Event Planner scratches that same itch. _____________ How many times have you overheard comments like these? “I wish next year’s sales meeting would land someplace really