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As event coordinators we understand planning, but what’s that five-syllable term succeeding it?
In the second of our two-part series, we'll address Chief of Protocol for the State of Georgia Abby Turano's best protocol resources and ideas for making a guest's vi
One of the advantages to being in a university setting is that we are surrounded by different cultures.
The beginning of the new year always energizes me.
By now, I am sure you have all heard the words, “You’re at Georgia Tech, You can do that!” Coined by our Sophomore Speaker Nicholas Selby, that phrase was heard around the world t
As you may have noticed, we have been on a break for the past few weeks as spring events wrapped up and our calm summer began.
We should all give student assistants more credit.
Feeling anxious, irritable, and behind the eight ball? Don’t worry – you’re probably not the only one.
It’s a new semester filled with new opportunities. The next few weeks are often the calm before the storm for event planners on campus.
This year, the Event Coordinators’ Network welcomed Jim Hooker, cofounder of Stewart and Hooker and former
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