The New Year is just around the corner. And keeping up with the latest trends should definitely be on your resolution list. In an ever-changing industry, corporate planners are expected to always be at the cutting edge—whether its tech, design, F&B or marketing. Here are some terms to learn before the ball drops. 1. Crowd-shaping…
The more work that goes into planning a meeting or event, the more rewarding the finished product. There’s not much time to bask in the glory though. It often seems like a brand new project is always waiting, thus re-surging the craziness. Here’s what the average #eventprof experiences in the process.
Fatigue plagues too many, too frequently. How often do you hear complaints in the office of being exhausted? Here are a few sneaky culprits of low energy and how you can resolve them just in time for the New Year.
A lot happened in 2017. You may have forgotten some of it already. Let’s relive your favorite digital stories from this past year before we all move on to 2018.
These gifts are amazing inspiration for those in your life who may be hard to shop for, anyone from a fitness fanatic to a practiced professional. You can also just share some season sentiments with some of these gifts! Happy holidays!
The punchline “Everyone’s a critic,” has taken on a new meaning in the age of digital reviews. Everything is reviewed. And when planning a meeting or event, these tools become particularly important. For instance, would you really book a hotel with three stars on TripAdvisor? Or, reserve a restaurant with complaints of food poising on…
You’ve probably seen a lot of headlines today about the repeal of Net Neutrality. So, what’s all the controversy? What comes next? And, the big question is what does this mean for meeting and event planners? A Little Background After weeks of controversial buzz and protests, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to overturn internet…
Since 2003, American dictionary-publishing company Merriam-Webster has compiled an annual list of the top 10 trending words.
Marriott International announced plans for significant growth today, with 40 luxury properties lined up to open internationally in 2018.
Purple, or more specifically “Ultra Violet”, has officially been determined as the color of the year by Pantone. Every December the company names the hue of the upcoming year.