Beware the Polar Bear

Beware the Polar Bear
Nancy Zavada
April 28, 2016
Defining "greenwashing" and learning helpful tips to avoid it in the meetings and events industry.

Beyond the Tradeshow - Being Relevant (Part 2)

Beyond the Tradeshow - Being Relevant (Part 2)
Larissa Schultz
April 25, 2016
Part two of a five part blog post for suppliers on becoming more relevant to planners to improve relationships and increase sales.

Soft Terrorism Targets and Events: How Do You Prepare?

Soft Terrorism Targets and Events: How Do You Prepare?
Joan Eisenstodt
April 18, 2016
For those of us who live and/or work in D.C. terrorism is not on our minds all the time. I think about MetroRail (our subway system) risks more than a potential terrorist attack.

Transferable Skills and How to Use Them

Transferable Skills and How to Use Them
Joan Eisenstodt
April 1, 2016
We have many transferable skills that many have not considered as they look to move in or outside the meetings industry.

It's Time for Healthy Events

It's Time for Healthy Events
Nancy Zavada
March 28, 2016
The health of your participants, the planet and your bottom line are all vital to the success of your events. Here's how all three can benefit.

6 Ways to Change Meetings

6 Ways to Change Meetings
Joan Eisenstodt
March 21, 2016
Meetings have looked and felt the same for years. We can make wholesale or small changes to create different thinking by meeting participants. It just takes a bit of planning and a bit of a nudge!