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Travel Safety Tips for Your Attendees

An important aspect of duty of care is to share travel safety tips with your attendees.
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5 Job-Hunting Tips for Experienced Meeting Planners

The experts at meetingjobs.com suggest that experienced meeting planners trade in terms like "seasoned professional," "wealth of experience" for specifics on related experience.

Wow ‘Em With a Little Help From US Government Tweets

Who knew the US government had so much insight to offer meeting and incentive planners.
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3 Event Techniques, Jimmy Kimmel Style

When a huge snow storm hit the East Coast, Kimmel cooked up a "I Served a Snowball in Bed” challenge, having viewers videotape themselves bringing a snowball (or more) to their family member while asleep.
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4 Methods of Experiential Learning that Enhance Meetings

Take away the classroom setup and create an open lab-like space for attendees to interact and engage with different tools.
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5 Things Too Often Excluded from RFPs

If your meeting has any kind of flexibility in dates, it’s essential to include a list of dates in order of preference in your RFP.

Turn Your Event Into a Comic Book With These 5 Ideas

Patty Jenkins just became the highest grossing female director in Hollywood history for “Wonder Woman.” And you can jump on the bandwagon.
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Keep Your Event “Woke” with These 3 Diversity Tips

Nothing can provide more comfort to minority attendees than having event staff members who are the embodiment of the woke message you’d like to convey.

5 Tips for Meeting Planners By Meeting Planners

Every month, ConventionPlanit.com holds an incentive-driven contest for meeting planners that results in valid tips for other planners.
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Multitasking Made Easy with Lessons from 3 Celebrity Go-Getters

Meeting planners should make sure that they have all the app equivalents of the programs they use most on their computers.

Meeting Design Tips for Silencing the “Deniers”

Green meetings are on the rise, the verdict is still out on whether they, and other global sustainability initiatives, can help catch the rising tides.

When There’s No Pretending That the Client is Right…or Are They?

There are more than a few holes in the old adage that “the customer is always right.”
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Understanding Duty of Care

How exactly does duty of care apply to international travel and meetings?
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Yes, Mother: 3 Meeting Budget Tips from Popular TV Moms

Meeting planners who have a do-it-yourself attitude and get creative by, say, using colorful food displays as centerpieces are invaluable.
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3 Television Characters for Embracing the Control Freak in You

But a control freak’s need to de-clutter his or her environment leads to enhanced focus and efficiency.
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Meeting Business Survival in 5 Human Evolution Milestones

By being flexible with destinations and dates, planners can offer groups top-notch events at half the price.

Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo to Political Policy Battles

Tips from Cinderella’s sidekicks for launching a staunch “boo” at ill-fated political banter.
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Why Using Robots at Events Can Be a Bad, Bad Thing

Planners risk the possibility of feeling a glimpse of that loss of control at events, as robots and drones can be difficult to maneuver.

Are Hidden Travel Fees Taking a Bite Out of Your Planning Budget?

Hidden travel fees are on the rise from every direction, with recent estimates from IdeaWorks showing a near $68 billion annual profit for global airlines just from ancillary fees.
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Willy Wonka-isms for the Eating-Networking Meetings Matrix

No one ever talks about the best ways to exchange business ideas while simultaneously dipping strawberries into a Wonka-esque chocolate fountain.
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6 Things to Do Before Launching Virtual Events

Virtual events can quickly get boring for attendees, so keep them engaged by using images and video clips or asking questions throughout your presentation.

Whoops-a-Daisy: THE Improv Tip We Can Glean from the Oscars Debacle

Now that the shock has worn off, let’s see what we can learn from this mother of all whoops-a-daisy Oscar moments.
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Big Brands Bring It When It Comes to Pre-Arrival Experiences (and So Can You)

Subscribers who receive welcome messages from a brand show 33 percent more long-term engagement with that company.
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Thoughtful Contracts Can Protect Against Zika Damages

“In our case, Zika did not fall under force majeure. We ended up staying with our original resort and moving the meeting to September, which is the end of winter there."
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Meet the Person Who Is Undoubtedly Missing from Your Conference 

Staff can even bring their hobbies to the event program by teaching a pre-event yoga class or encouraging attendees to “paint” event topics that bring relevancy and creativity to the event.

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