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Diversity and Accessibility – the Coefficients of Inclusion

Diversity and Accessibility – the Coefficients of Inclusion

As Event Leaders it is on us to ensure that any person attending an event will have the same experience – a sizable challenge – but when has our Industry ever shied away from an opportunity to be the voice.  This means as event designers we must think...
Embracing and Leveraging Millennial Strengths

Embracing and Leveraging Millennial Strengths

Entitled.  Self-obsessed. Narcissistic. Distracted. These terms carry a strong negative connotation and without doubt are insulting to any person between the ages of circa 22 – 37. I would even argue that the term “millennial” itself, denotes a negative undertone....
Be a Networking Superhero

Be a Networking Superhero

In todays’ digital, global world, making genuine human connections is becoming increasingly difficult.  We have grown accustomed to the ease of sitting in our offices at our desks, or at satellite or home offices sending LinkedIn invitations with personal notes hoping...
The Future of Events – 2019 & Beyond | Webinar

The Future of Events – 2019 & Beyond | Webinar

Join Mike Granek, President & COO of Event Leadership Institute, with guest speaker Gianna Gaudini, Executive Event Producer at Google, and author of The Art of Event Planning for a Q&A webinar. Gianna will be speaking about the future of events and key things...
Sales is Not a Title

Sales is Not a Title

Even if the word “sales” is not in your professional title, as event professionals we are always selling. During each and every interaction we have with our team, our staff and our customers we sell our services, our ideas, our designs, our strategy or approach to a...
Your Story Blog Series: Michelle Rees

Your Story Blog Series: Michelle Rees

It didn’t take long for it to become apparent that Michelle Rees’ career in law wasn’t the right fit even after studying a degree in criminology and law. So, she set out on a path to find her passions and to discover a career path that would be a better fit to her...
Your Story Blog Series: Helen Moon

Your Story Blog Series: Helen Moon

It’s Helen Moon’s role as a PA at an advertising and marketing agency that ignited her career in events. Today, Helen is an accomplished UK-based event leader, CEO & Founder of EWL Club and the Managing Director of EventWell. But that’s not all. Helen is also the...
Your Story Blog Series: Christy Lamagna

Your Story Blog Series: Christy Lamagna

Christy Lamagna, CMP, CMM, and CTSM is an accomplished professional speaker, event industry coach and mentor, instructor, and the CEO and Master Strategist of Strategic Meetings & Events. However, like many others, her start in events came indirectly. For Christy,...
Your Story Blog Series: Stephanie Gatton

Your Story Blog Series: Stephanie Gatton

With a background in creative writing and theatre, Stephanie’s start in the events industry was not traditional. However, it’s clear her creative background helped propel her career planning events. Stephanie is the Assistant Director of Special Events at The...