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The Charles Barkley Principle

Posted on December 2, 2013 in Events & Meetings

What he can teach you about staff training by Bob Milam Getting staff ready to man an exhibit can be a daunting task, especially if your staffers are salespeople. Why? While they probably do their regular jobs very successfully, the techniques they use don’t necessary […]

The Evolution of the Corporate Event

Posted on July 4, 2013 in Events & Meetings

The growing importance of the “wow” factor by Sarah Max – Time Events have changed in the past 20 years, in much the same way as our culture at large. Technology moves at the speed of light, and while PowerPoint was at one time cutting […]

Coping With Multitasking Attendees

Posted on May 14, 2013 in Events & Meetings

How to keep them focused in your meeting room by Michael C. Lowe – Meetings and Conventions Today, some people virtually refuse to be anywhere without a smartphone or other electronic device turned on and at hand. If they’re not texting or calling someone, they’re […]

Don’t Get Stuck with the Cost of Unused Rooms

Posted on December 6, 2012 in Events & Meetings

Don’t Get Stuck with the Cost of Unused Rooms Attrition reduction strategies by D. Benson Tesdhal – Successful Meetings Once upon a time, arranging attendee accommodations was relatively easy. Negotiate the best deal with the hotel, book a block of rooms and provide the information […]

Rental Rundown

Posted on December 5, 2012 in Events & Meetings

What to do when buying an exhibit isn’t a good idea by Candy Adams – EXHIBITOR Owning an exhibit makes sense if you’re going to use it over and over again. But what if you need an exhibit for just one or two shows? That’s […]

The Tablets Have Turned

Posted on September 5, 2012 in Events & Meetings

Five functions to use in your exhibit by Kelli Billstein – EXHIBITOR Complexity is synonymous with exhibiting. But every once in a while, a new way to simplify the process and your life appears. And this time, you probably have it right at hand. It’s […]

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