An event planner’s work is never done — not even when the event itself is over. There is so much planning involved in staging an event that it’s tempting to congratulate ourselves just for reaching the finish line. To keep our game in top form, however, it’s key to take an evaluative look back at our journey.
Podcast: Facilitating Change
Leanne, who is based in Brisbane Australia, is an international consultant, facilitator, advisor and speaker who believes in creating unpredictable workshop experiences that predictably work! She is also the host of two podcasts; First Time Facilitator and Leanne Hughes’ Work and Live Large. In 2021 she was awarded the Asia Pacific Institute for Learning and […]
Buenos Aires Delivers a Fresh Pitch to Revive Its Once-Dominant Meetings Market
A weeklong event in Buenos Aires acted as the unofficial relaunch of the meetings sector after the pandemic slump. But recovering lost ground — just 20 percent of the business is back — while dealing with new hybrid models could take about two years, tourism officials admit.
Arabian Travel Market Swears by Live Events, But Won’t Give Up on Virtual Yet
Arabian Travel Market Virtual starts online today following a successful 29th edition of the in-person show that attracted more than 23,000 visitors to the Dubai World Trade Centre. EventMB spoke with Danielle Curtis, exhibition director Middle East for Arabian Travel Market.
Podcast: Nothing Matters More Than Connecting People
Fiona is a marketing executive with over 25 years experience leading teams globally, helping to develop integrated marketing experiences. After over 19 years with GPJ, Bruder was promoted in 2021 to the role of President – Americas. During her time with the company she has managed and optimized event portfolios for household name brands, and […]
How Data Is Helping With Event Attendee Movement
When Jay Kinghorn was the associate managing director of the Utah Office of Tourism, he was constantly frustrated by the dearth of visitor data he knew would enhance the agency’s ability to promote itself, support its members, and enhance the experience of individual travelers as well as meeting groups. That gap in market intelligence was […]