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


Journalist and Proud University of Miami alum
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Paige Feigenbaum

Fashion Meets Function on the Meetings CircuitMeeting PlanningStyle

Meeting professionals are expected to be a walking office-supply closet. And when a coordinator is busy juggling registration, swag bags, attendees, catering, entertainment and vendors, there is no time to drop everything to grab a paper clip or a pair of scissors from a hotel suite. One solution to this preparedness problem could be that de rigeuer accessory of the ‘80s: a fanny pack.

Projection Mapping Turns Pixels into ArtTechnology

Projection technology has been used for decades in meetings by projecting a film or presentation onto a white screen. Now, projection mapping, also known as video mapping and spatial augmented reality, brings visuals to life in a 3-D world. The food and beverage, tourism, entertainment and sports industries are just a few of the businesses using projection mapping to bring new experiences to guests.

7 Unconventional Vending Machines for a New AgeTechnology

Remember the days of dropping a coin in a slot and getting a bag of chips, candy bar or cold beverage out of a machine? Some clever “in-vend-ors” have created some new machines for our bustling, grab ‘n’ go society. Check out the novelty items you might run into next time you’re at a hotel, airport or trade show floor.