As we rolled through Memorial Day Weekend and the unofficial arrival of summer 10 days ago, there were countless media reports of bustling airports, crowded beaches and long lines at restaurants, bars and amusement parks. Our country, apparently, is getting back to its behavioral conventions.
I was chatting with a client the other day and casually mentioned we were producing a 100% face-to-face meeting for another client this coming June. It was obvious by her facial expression and tone this was a genuine surprise … _____________ “Really?” she responded. It
Over the past several months, while our typical work lives have been turned upside-down and inside-out, we’ve avoided the urge to spend our time wastin’ away in Quarantinaville. Instead, we’ve tripled down on our usual monitoring of new trends and tech-service offerings, checking in with
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
Corporate meeting and event professionals work long hours, late nights and weekends. We’re always in quest of the perfect destination, the ideal program, looking for the “the next great idea”. Or as one former colleague used to say, “We’re all just a bunch of adrenaline