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Not long ago, Eventwist’s Deborah Pannell, an event planner herself, took a cruise which gave her new insight about her profession. She shares her experience here.
This article was originally printed as a guest post on http://lizkingevents.com. Please visit Liz’s site for more excellent pieces on events, event planning and event tech.
Not long ago, our friend Mike McAllen from the Meetings Podcast, decided he needed to concentrate on nurturing his creativity for a while. If you’ve listened to his show lately (or if you were at IMEX America 2012 in Las Vegas this week) you know that his efforts have yielded some BIG results! Here he shares his process.
Deborah Pannell has taken her years of experience working in a holistic health practioner’s office, and boiled them down into tips to help you navigate the chaotic world of event planning. She shares them here.
How can meeting planners make the best use of all that event apps have to offer? Mobile Technology Evangelist Trevor Roald of QuickMobile will be on hand to help facilitate a discussion on the subject this Monday at 3 pm est on the #eventtable Twitter chat. Trevor will help us explore how to use event apps to market your event, what a success matrix could include and what can be gleaned from analytics.
The boardroom: it usually consists of a conference table and a few chairs. But have you ever thought of a boardroom as a canvas? Boardrooms are places where wondrous things can be accomplished. They exist to facilitate collaboration, information sharing and team bonding. So when it’s possible, why not infuse your boardroom with the excitement, energy and culture you want for your company?