When organizing an event, one of the most important factors a conferencing department must keep track of is available space. So how can you make sure that your department is managing rooms and space availability in the best possible way?
In our last post, we looked at what should be happening before you attend your next trade show. Now, let’s look at what you should focus on during and after the show.
It’s that time of year. Time to gear up for trade shows. Some of the best time to showcase who you are and what you can offer.
Imagine you have been tasked with planning a conference for an organization for which you volunteer.
The committee looks at you and naturally, with your conference management experience, want you to handle arranging all the logistics. First, you have to find a venue. You start making phone calls to various venues to find out if they have availability.
As many conference professionals head into the ‘busy season’ of summer, this is a good time to remind you of just how much impact you have on your university and your community.
In the day to day chaos of summer conference season, it is easy to forget the big picture when the focus is on the little details. Below are my top three choices detailing the powerful influence of conference services that go beyond the revenue you generate for the university.
Albert Einstein said the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.
Yet, many of us in the event planning and conference management industry do this very thing. We find ourselves working harder, entering information twice, and missing out on opportunities.
Don't believe me? Let’s break it down into 5 areas where you are probably losing productivity.
The Boy Scout motto is to always be prepared.