Thu.Oct 21, 2021

Your Hybrid Event Team Checklist

Event Manager Blog

Event planners are navigating a new frontier of delivering successful hybrid events. But what mix of technical and creative expertise do event teams need to do this successfully? We share seven key players you need in your hybrid event team.

How to Hold a Successful Sales Kickoff

Creative Group Inc

An organization’s Annual Sales Kickoff is potentially the most important gathering of the year. Sales Kickoff meetings often bring together global audiences that can reach attendance numbers in the thousands. The intent is to ensure everyone is well-armed to “go to market” by departure day.

News for Professionals: Career Advice and Ideas

Convene by PCMA

We get it, you’re busy. So, the Convene editors have curated the latest tips and trends in the world of work for you. Take a look at what caught our eye this past week. Talk Yourself Down When You’re About to Rage Quit. Lately, stress on the job is high and tempers can be short.

Best Practices for Hosting a Channel Partner Summit & Other Partner Events

ITA Group

Best Practices for Hosting a Channel Partner Summit & Other Partner Events. Building relationships is the crux of all indirect channel efforts—whether it’s done through field and account managers, marketing efforts or channel program elements.

Evolution of the DMC:Renewing Business Relationships with Deeper Trust, Transparency & Understanding

The evolution of the DMC industry requires that it embark upon a renewed relationship with clients that is built upon transparency, trust, and understanding.

Delta Boosts Capacity from New York Airports

Business Traveler USA

Delta Air Lines has announced it is increasing the capacity of its New York operations, adding more than 100 total daily departures from John F. Kennedy Airport and LaGuardia Airport in November. The increases will add about 8,000 more seats each day.

What Do Travel Media Want Now? Editors Tell Travel PR Pros At SATW

DCI

As travel PR and destination marketing professionals start to shape their 2022 strategy, we hear them ask frequently, “So, what do travel media want now?”. For travel PR professionals and destinations, collaborating with the media and understanding what’s next for them is key to success.

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