Paige Feigenbaum

Paige Feigenbaum

Content Editor at Smart Meetings
Paige Feigenbaum is a content editor at Smart Meetings. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Communication and Psychology with a minor in music business and entertainment industries at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, FL and studied abroad at the University of Sydney in Australia. Prior to writing about the meetings industry, Paige worked for entertainment news and general news outlets in Los Angeles and New York. In her spare time, she enjoys watching TV, rooting for the Miami Hurricanes, visiting Disneyland, keeping up with celebrity gossip and exploring Wine Country. Her additional interests include figure skating, the Olympics and American Sign Language.
Paige Feigenbaum


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Plan a Home Run Meeting at Spring Training SitesDestinations

Baseball players aren’t much different than Grandma and Grandpa, who flock to warmer climes in winter. These youthful, athletic snowbirds build nests in destinations such as Scottsdale and the Tampa Bay Area each February and March for spring training. The annual camps and pre-season games are a major tourist draw, giving fans an up-close-and-personal experience with their favorite superstar players.

Fend Off a Hack AttackTechnology

When registering for an event, attendees entrust loads of personal information with meeting professionals, who are held liable to keep it under lock and key. Sadly, some hackers try to compromise this data.

Put A Cherry (Blossom) On Top This SpringEvents

From Washington, D.C., to Las Vegas to San Francisco and around the globe to Tokyo, cherry blossom festivals delight tourists and locals annually. If you have a meeting scheduled in one of these cities, budget time for an afternoon stroll amid these flowering beauties.

Tech Savvy Ways to Check-InTechnology

 The on-demand culture is infiltrating travel, hospitality and events. Walking up to a counter or desk to check in is becoming obsolete. Here are a few ways meeting professionals and hoteliers can incorporate sci-fi to get guests to their rooms and meetings in a flash.