Angela Tupper is the Branded Content Editor for Skift Meetings. She has been reporting on both event industry news and event technology for the last four years. Angela’s background includes a combination of writing, editing, marketing, and teaching roles, as well as hands-on experience with association events. With an interest in all topics related to events, she is keen to learn more from industry professionals. She currently calls Montreal, Canada, her home city.
Three Ways to Fight Digital Burnout at Meetings and Events
Burnout is a growing crisis among business professionals, and excessive screen time may be partly to blame. Here are three ways to help your attendees unplug from their devices, reconnect with the moment, and recharge their own batteries.
Streamlined Commissions Save Valuable Time for Labor-Strapped Event Market
As the booming event industry struggles with labor shortages, new commission automation technology is arriving just in time for savvy planners to make more money with less work.
Destination Brief: Diversity Initiatives & World-Class Amenities Put Columbus on the Map
To meet the needs of today's top event organizers, destinations have to combine state-of-the-art venues with outstanding DEI initiatives, a culture that's equal parts innovative and entrepreneurial, and a hassle-free travel experience. Find out how Columbus is putting itself on the map in each of these key areas.
Why Delegate Welfare Takes Top Priority in 2023
Meetings and events now play a pivotal role in reconnecting teams within a supportive, nurturing environment. Every element of meeting design needs to be carefully considered with delegate welfare in mind. That's why selecting the right venue or partner is the first step to addressing attendees’ holistic wellness needs.
Recovery of In-Person Meetings Proves Double-Edged Sword for Planners
What were meeting planners discussing at the first in-person Global DMC Partners conference since 2019? Just like the conference itself, their events are moving back to in-person — but rapidly rising demand also means growing pressures.