HR specialist Christina Anderson was tasked with organizing a major anniversary party for her firm. Here’s how she tackled it.
Meeting in the Capital
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While attending an event for women entrepreneurs recently, I heard an interesting concept about marketing that I had never really considered.
Team building activities and icebreakers can be a tricky part of meeting planning.
A common clause in hotel contracts allows venues to switch reserved meeting rooms in order to maximize use of the venue’s space.
For event organizers, hybrid meetings – where in-person delegates are joined by online attendees – are an increasingly popular way to reach a larger audience by including people who wouldn’t otherw
At a time when many people are trying to squeeze more exercise and nutritional foods into their day-to-day lives, some meetings and conferences still fall back on traditional menus and formats feat
Networking over a glass of wine or chatting with colleagues over a cold beer is a common sight at after-hour business events.
For event planners considering where to hold their next conference, tourism officials in Ottawa have a simple message: Be here for Canada’s big year.
Ottawa in 2017 is an adventure. As we celebrate the 150th anniversary of Confederation, the capital is abuzz with activity, enthusiasm and visitors!