Event Dates Impact on Attendance and Inclusion

Joan Eisenstodt
July 29, 2012
Meeting Planning and Hotel Sales 101: Know your audience.&nbsp; <br /> <br /> In the last ten days, I've received invitations to two events, one industry-related and one in an area of other interest, one to be held over Rosh Hashanah and one over Yom Kippur. Currently, one industry association is holding a major conference over Ramadan; another is about to do the same.<br /> <br /> Read on to learn more about&nbsp;ensuring the dates you sell and book are appropriate to ensure inclusion and attendance.

Alameda's unexpected group pleasures

Zachary Chouteau
July 20, 2012
<span style="font-family: times new roman; color: #000000; font-size: 16px;">From an aircraft carrier museum to tempting tiki fun...</span>

The Surprising Power of Our Social Networks

Archived Posts
July 16, 2012
If I tweet something, a link to someone else&rsquo;s article, a link to my blog post, an original thought, I am influencing anyone who reads it. The real question is if someone reads my blog post, are they truly influenced by me? Does it depend on the quality of article? &hellip;whether or not they are able to create an actionable change in their lives? Do new ideas influence us whether or not we do anything about them? We hear a lot about &ldquo;Content is King&rdquo; but I have heard a few people say that while content is important, context is more important.<br /> <div><br /> </div>


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