Keeping key event-design principles, and event-experience design objectives, in mind, along with creating a proper workback schedule, are crucial to planning a successful event.
Being budget conscious is a necessity during tough economic times, but planners still need to deliver the optics of a great event. Here are some tips to keep in mind when planning your next programme, to deliver the ‘wow’ without breaking the bank.
Injecting humour into meetings and conferences can have a hugely positive effect on company morale and productivity.
With careful planning and sensitivity to the needs of delegates with disabilities, meeting professionals can organize events that are accessible to all. By Valerie Ward About 3.6 million Canadians – 12.4 per cent of the population – have some type…
How to choose from a vast variety of Canadian resorts? Planners use strategic guidelines to make sure an out-of-town site is a perfect match for a group.
Labour disputes at hotels and meeting facilities are highly disruptive to meetings. Here are some tips on how to survive strikes during a meeting programme.
In an effort to gain bargaining power with clients, planners are collecting post-event data to demonstrate the worth of their meetings.
Understanding key tax concepts will reduce the tax burden on incentive winners and keep Revenue Canada at bay.
Convention centres are unique and successfully dealing with them requires specific skills and knowledge.
Take this informative guide with you on your next site inspection.
From its construction and design to its materials, the Zuca Pro carry-on bag addresses a number of key issues that conventional carry-on bags have overlooked.
By Judy Allen, July 11, 2008 • Many companies now have gift-giving and gift-receiving guidelines in place, both for individuals and for the company as a whole. There may be set dollar limits or a “no gift” policy in place.…