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Typically, I’ve found in cases where I’ve had to rent equipment that the caterers or third-party vendors are able to order the tables and linens once they understand the event details.
Do you ever feel like you’re holding a meeting to schedule another meeting to discuss a meeting you previously met about?
Isaac Asimov said, “The only constant is change, continuing change, inevitable change” — and I couldn’t agree more.
In the few weeks since the Event Coordinators’ Network’s workshop, I have spoken to several colleagues who are interested in finding more event opportunities across campus.
Throughout the course of this upcoming academic year, you will most likely plan a myriad of events for various target audiences, where Institute leaders will be invited.
As we conclude our sixth month of blogging, I'd like to share our top three blogs from this year in case you missed them:
The Event Coordinators’ Network’s Fourth Annual Workshop: Rising to the Next Level will take place on Wednesday, August 8, at the Historic Academy of Medicine at Georgia Tech.
From time to time, we'll highlight some of the new services or products provided by our approved caterers and vendors so everyone can partake in the experience.
Just this past week at the Diversity Roundtable, our committee planned a very simple menu of deli sandwiches, fruit salad, and cookies.
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