Stop Trying to Be the Hero(ine): The Complexities of Having It All

As we're trying to keep up with the comeback of the events industry, are we setting ourselves up to fail? Kelley Douglass, director of client services at Agenda: USA, joins Dare to Interrupt podcast host Courtney Stanley to discuss setting boundaries to prevent burnout, her personal experience with battling depression, and the complexities that come with trying to be everything to everyone.

San Diego Bolsters Brainpower for Meetings

Sun, fun and a convention district seemingly made for meetings make San Diego a popular destination for business events, but the San Diego Tourism Authority (SDTA) believes brainpower—such as its emerging biotech industry—needs to be added to that list. We sat down with the SDTA’s Kavin Schieferdecker to explore this SoCal standout’s new promotional message for the meetings and events industry.

etc.venues to Open Third Location in Manhattan

Meetings Today’s Tyler Davidson sat down with Fiona McPherson, vice president of business development and sales for etc.venues, a 30-year-old, U.K.-based non-residential conference center operator that just opened a third location in Manhattan.

Live Out Loud: Owning Who You Are, as Defined by You

How, as women, can we learn to consistently—and confidently—embrace who we are? In this Dare to Interrupt podcast, Zoe Moore, diversity, equity and inclusion consultant and founder of Moore Consulting Agency, shares how she has given herself permission to amplify her strengths, redefine her own standard of beauty and show up as her authentic self.

Podcast sponsored by Myrtle Beach Convention Center.