Planning Events: Back to Basics

Joan Eisenstodt
October 16, 2015
We’re the worst aren’t we? Planners who attend events in which we were or weren’t involved in the planning and execution.

Is Hospitality the Opposite of Hate?

Joan Eisenstodt
August 21, 2015
Why is it that our industry and those in it can’t do more to use hospitality for good and not just profit?

When the Political Becomes Practical

Joan Eisenstodt
August 14, 2015
Do politics, social justice issues, and local laws that may discriminate against any of your meeting constituents impact your decisions about the destinations and properties you select for your meetings?

Upcycling Casinos, Hotels and Convention Centers

Joan Eisenstodt
August 25, 2014
As shopping malls around the U.S. have become abandoned, cities and suburbs have faced issues similar to Atlantic City – what to do with these large, empty, buildings? Determining, or dreaming up, ways of repurposing or upcycling these spaces could give us an edge when the time comes.

Taking a Stand for People in Hospitality

Joan Eisenstodt
February 27, 2014
We often say "meetings mean business" and promote the economic impact of meetings, but we seem to disregard their impact on individual people. Should we not take a stand for those who work within our industry?

Standard Operating Procedure for Green Events

Nancy Zavada
June 27, 2013
Learn more about the APEX/ASTM Standards, how they are being adopted and how you can comply.

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