Prevue speaks with Andrea Cannistraci, president and founder of andgreat, about how to find the right balance for effective postmortem practices.
Groups are always looking for memorable experiences, but as the meetings industry evolves, who's to say what attendees will find memorable?
In this Shakedown, Debra Duneier, president of EcoChi, discusses the concept and addresses why planners should be incorporating nature into their events.
In this Shakedown, Greg Jenkins, partner at Bravo Productions, speaks about risk management and how policies have changed throughout his 30-year career.
Prevue speaks with Sutton about his experience dealing with jerks and his advice to meeting planners who have to work with ones.
The skills learned in improv are skills essential to any office: communication, collaboration and creativity.
Because improv is created on the spot with others, participants learn to be present and pay attention to their partners.
"The gap between truth and fiction is growing. On one hand, we're manufacturing reality, scrolling through everyone's perfect moments on Instagram or Facebook."
"Groups really gravitate to learning about our city’s history and heritage through the art and artists who have lived and worked here."
My No. 1 piece of advice for companies looking to build a sustainable brand is to be authentic, and this requires doing work internally within the company.
"There are not many sectors that won’t be impacted by the efficiencies of both sharing economy and peer-to-peer online platforms."
"Meeting planners need to focus on how to do more meetings with less travel and out-of-the-office time."
"Meditation experts suggest that the most ideal time to meditate is post-workout."
Keep your event from melting by addressing three key meeting elements: attendance, enthusiasm and exciting topics.
"If you’re a technology company, why give out lollipops or a tin of paper clips? Event giveaways should be relevant to both your company and your audience."
Thomas Roth give advice to meeting planners who want to accommodate a more diverse audience.
Liz King, CEO of Liz King Events, weighs in on how she manages stress and engages millennials.
The combination of food abundance and food problems increases the need for creative spirits now more than ever.
"LGBT meeting planners do care about the LGBT–friendly reputation of hotels and destinations they choose for their meetings."
In this shakedown, Doug Chorpenning of the wet paint group draws on everything from intentional design to Dr. Seuss to indirectly define his company's creative ecosystem and how planners can use it to their advantage.
In this Shakedown, we asked Adrian Segar, founder of Conferences That Work, about his new book as well as the evolution of knowledge itself as both relate to improving meeting outcomes.
In this shakedown, we asked Millennial event mastermind Liz King, of Liz King Events, what's on the horizon—from tech trends to 'is this tech really necessary?'
As CEO and founder of wet paint group, Doug Chorpenning is tasked with helping organizations tell their story in creative ways. Here, he explains why meetings fail and how to spot these red flags before the game begins.
Marije Vogelzang designs food & beverage experiences from the verb “to eat,” tapping into the origin and cultural meanings of different types of food.
Corbin Ball identifies several trends in meeting tech—from wearables to event intelligence.
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