Make Second-Tier Cities First Choice for Conferences
When picking a destination for your next conference or convention, major cities such as Los Angeles, Chicago and New York seem easy picks because of
Excel Tips for Conference Planners – Number 1
OK, I truly hope to make this a series, that is why it is called Number 1. We shall see, we shall see. But at
Password Safety for Meetings and Events
We work with a lot of organizations that have departments or committees that are involved with the day to day planning of conferences and events…
14 Graphic Design Terms Explained for Event and Association Marketers
As a conference and meeting planning company, we work a lot with event and association marketers… I know that you just laughed at me for
Site Inspection Notes – La Panga Antigua Restaurant
I love stumbling into spots that become great private venues for groups. I was once walking through Covington, KY and fell into this place, I
Social Media for Conferences – Finding Your Attendees and Members Online
We all know that social Media is something that every association and nonprofit should have on their radar. Social media is a great way to keep members and attendees up to date and informed about a thousand things including your conferences and events.
Conference Planning at the Radisson Blu Chicago
Spending a good chunk of your life in one spot means that you don’t see the gradual changes that happen all around us and if you don’t stop and look around, great venues might literally be invisible to you. This was the case with the Raddison Blu Chicago.