F&B, meetings

10 Unconventional Ways to Cut F&B Costs

When booking F&B for a group's afternoon break, be sure to ask for "pop on consumption"—you only want to be charged for what is consumed.
F&B, meetings

Gluten-Free & Other Popular Planner Requests

Planners are partnering with local restaurants and culinary suppliers, such artisanal purveyors, whiskey distilleries or craft breweries.
Spring-themed events

5 Ways to Liven Up Spring Events

As the saying goes, “April showers bring May flowers,” and that sentiment is what makes parasols or umbrellas a fun, themed decoration.
Rubik's Cube

3 Ways to Enhance Event Networking

While speakers should definitely take precedent during educational sessions, encourage them to build a quick networking component into their sessions.
Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center Hotel

5 Tips for a Quality Post-Event Debrief

Make sure to schedule an event debrief as soon as possible so that feedback on the event is fresh on all team members’ minds.
Times Square

5 Reasons to Use LED Lighting at Your Next Event

LEDs have the ability to be dimmed, giving meeting planners ultimate control over light, color and distribution during any part of an event.
Lululemon's Eric Petersen speaks at The Gathering

5 Powerful Branding Tips for 2016

"What the world needs now are change agents, and that starts by questioning everything.”
Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North

5 Tips for Planning Off-Season Meetings

In August, Scottsdale, Ariz.’s resort rates drop significantly as demand is down during the destination’s hotter months.
Social Media Tips, Corporate Event Planning

5 Social Media Tips for Preventing a Ho-hum Event

If you're not using social media to enhance your events by now, you've likely fallen way behind your colleagues in the "internet of things."
Las Vegas Hilton, events

Hilton Shares 5 Ways Your Hotel Can Save You Money

Booking more events at one time—either one annually recurring event, or multiple events in one year—allows you to take advantage of significant rate discounts, rebates and bonus amenities.
2015 Phoenix Comicon Fan Fest, Photo Credit: Gage Skidmore

4 Ways to Attract Repeat Event Attendees

The benefit of attracting repeat event attendees not only helps build customer loyalty, but it can be six to seven times more costly to gain a new customer than to retain one.
meeting, security

9 Steps to a Strong Security Plan

It's important to evaluate each potential crisis situation in terms of location, area, transport travel route, city, or country.
sustainable, green meetings

Sustainable Seafood: 5 Ideas for Your Meeting

With overfishing dramatically disrupting the balance of life in our oceans, here are 5 ideas for incorporating sustainable seafood into your event:
international meetimgs

6 Tips for Planning Global Meetings

Bandwidth can vary dramatically around the world by availability, quality and cost.
Wi-Fi

4 Questions to Ask Your Event Wi-Fi Provider

Most attendees and exhibitors will expect some type of Internet access throughout your event, and if it’s a tech event, they’ll expect to be able to connect multiple devices.
Risk mitigation policies regarding alcohol consumption

5 Easy Steps for Mitigating Event Risks

“Companies should not be comfortable with even 90 percent of respondents agreeing risk is being mitigated properly.”
gifts for millennials, corporate event planning

5 Holiday Gift Ideas for Corporate Millennials

Staying up-to-date on current events is considered cool in the corporate world, so buying a subscription to The Economist, The New Yorker or The Atlantic could benefit anyone in the workplace.
Tumi, packing tips

12 Packing Tips from Our Readers – Sponsored by Tumi

Always jeep a lightweight pair of walking sneakers, workout leggings and an top in your suitcase so you have something to exercise in or just walk around in if there are travel delays.
F&B, meetings

5 Tips for Cost-Saving Success With Suppliers

CWT's 2016 Meetings & Events Forecast
AMEX Meetings Forecast

4 Key AMEX Predictions for 2016 Meetings

Some companies are starting to create specific incentive programs based on the interests of millennial travelers who are looking for more immersive and cultural experiences when traveling.
McDonald's Twitter page

3 PR Nightmares Meeting Planners Can Learn From

Always have an escape plan for any social media marketing campaign because it’s difficult to predict if attendees will take a conversation in a negative direction.
meeting fatigue, right brain, corporate event planning

4 Ideas to Spark Right-Brain Attendee Interaction and Avoid Meeting Fatigue

By bringing less conventional elements into a corporate event such as colorful visuals or hands-on activities, visual and kinesthetic learners will respond more productively to the content.

5 Questions to Ask Before Forming an Event Partnership

Who you partner with ultimately reflects your business, so it’s important to make sure you partner with a company that your attendees support and know.

4 Dining Apps for a Hyperlocal Group Experience

Meeting planners can organize their attendees to dine in people’s homes in more than 150 cities around the world.

5 Ways to Effectively Use Push Notifications at Corporate Events

During an event, corporate event planners should only use push messaging to send out important information such as schedule or location changes.

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