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Each year, we all participate in performance review. It can be a difficult task to create goals that are SMART and reflect where we want to be in 2017.
As event planners, we have the opportunity to coordinate a myriad of different events from small to large, and from one-time experiences to annual galas.
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William Fogler, principal and founder of WMEvents, presented his innovative event ideas focusing on five elements: budgets, branding, lighting, timing and shopping.
Event success doesn’t have to be hard; you just have to be consistent and follow a few simple steps.
Do you have what it takes to negotiate a contract with a vendor? Do you think that you have to settle for the original proposal when planning a meeting or event?
During the ECN’s 6th Annual Workshop: Designing for Excellence, the Georgia Tech Alumni Association's Kara Petracek, vice president of Events and Campus Relations, and Mora H
Updated: March 2, 2015
One reason I enjoy the events profession is the industry’s constant change.
Last December, we engaged in a process with our colleagues in the Office of Strategic Consulting to develop a strategic plan that will guide us through the next three to five years.
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