“One of the most important things in life that is irreplaceable is time” says my boss weekly. “You can’t get it back,” Hayes says. “By working with a destination management company, meeting planners will work with local experts on the ground. They won’t waste time researching and vetting vendors on the internet.”
For lessons learned from a Hurricane Katrina on how to make your business survive and thrive after a disaster, read more below.
Without an emergency response plan, planners risk endangering attendees because they won’t know what to do in the event of a crisis, which can range from natural disasters such as an earthquake or hurricane to a terrorist attack, labor stoppage or an unruly attendee. To read more, click the link below. #eventprofs
My marketing internship at PRA New Orleans played an essential role in my final semester in college. This internship introduced me to a fantastic team of people, allowed me to explore more of this unique city, and gave me invaluable professional experience. From my...
When we first started our corporate events business, we jumped at every new lead that came in the door, hungry for revenue and resume building opportunities. This was great in the short term, because we didn’t have anything else competing for our time. But time is a precious resource, one that is not renewable. As our company
Let the Good Times Roll in New Orleans – Insurance & Financial Meetings Management Magazine, December 2018 Issue
New Orleans, perennially hailed as one of the country’s most popular meeting destinations, has held onto its accolades for so long for two simple reasons. It is one of the most unique and endearing cities in the world. It also offers an ever-increasing range of options for meeting planners and attendees.
Post-disaster, business owners find varied paths to...
Zak Mroueh is the Founder of Zulu Alpha Kilo, a creative agency based in Toronto. Several years ago, he got fed up with doing spec work for clients – in the agency world this is creating entire ad
The look, design, and feel of your opening session sets the tone not just for an event but for an entire conference. While look, design, and feel are three key ingredients for any successful event or conference, the element of surprise is another way to keep your...