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How do I cut out that racket?

Posted on June 9, 2014 in What's Your Advice - Answers

Last month, Beverly, a trade show coordinator, wrote: “The last show we were at the booth next door had these clicker giveaways that made a really irritating racket. They used them all the time to promote their booth. It was a constant distraction. We didn’t […]

Holiday Party Fouls Die Hard

Posted on December 10, 2012 in Your Career

Eat, drink and be wary by Tom Musbach – monster.com The holidays are here, and with them come the parties. But hold on. While it might be OK to let go and go a little crazy at a gathering with friends, this kind of behavior […]

Seven Tips to Stay Sane at Work

Posted on January 26, 2011 in Your Career

Whining coworkers to the left of you. Demanding product managers to the right of you. And a boss with no idea how busy you are standing right in front of you. No wonder you’re so stressed out and frustrated at work. But you don’t have to throw in the towel or throw any punches to make your situation better.

Networking Made Easy for Introverts

Posted on October 29, 2010 in Your Career

Everyone seems to agree it’s necessary to get ahead in today’s business world. But what about if you’re an introvert? Does this characteristic spell your professional doom? Or are there ways around being a shrinking violet?

WOW they have an app for that!

Posted on June 25, 2010 in On the Show Floor

A note from Jenna: Trade shows and events can be the perfect venues for new technology. I asked social media consultant Harry Hallman from Octane Corp to share his impressions of the iPad for trade shows and events. Here are some of his thoughts.

Social Media Changes Event Planning

Posted on May 28, 2010 in Events & Meetings

Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn. These are just a few of the social media to appear over the last 10 years. It’s taken awhile, but more and more event and exhibit professionals are beginning to realize these sites are good for more than just chatting with friends; they’re great for business, too. Do you know the best ways to use social media before, during and after an event?

Making Your Virtual Meeting a Real Success

Posted on April 26, 2010 in Events & Meetings, Features

Transportation. Lodging. Time away from the office. All of these are reasons why more companies are offering — and more people are deciding to attend — virtual meetings. But having a virtual meeting isn’t as simple as inviting people to attend and turning on a computer. There are a number of factors to consider before the first e-vite goes out.

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