The site visit often represents the first moment that a planner and property will physically meet. It's a make or break meeting during the event planning process and typically the final hurdle in the decision making process. To learn more about what's important during the site visit, Social Tables conducted a survey which brought together 350 event planners and 350 property managers to discuss the pain points and opportunities of a site visit. We're revealing the data for the findings for the first time this year, along with actionable ways for properties to close more business after site visits, and for planners to make sure the space is a perfect fit for their event.
- Know what is most important during a site visit
- Find out about opportunities that can be offered while on a site visit
Dan is the Founder and CEO of the Washington, DC-based event planning software company, Social Tables. Social Tables’ award-winning platform has been used to source, plan and execute over one million meetings and events since 2011. The company has over 3,500 customers in over 150 countries.
Dan has been recognized as an industry leader by several industry publications including Successful Meetings. He serves on Convention Industry Council’s APEX committee and on the Philadelphia CVB’s CAB.
Prior to Social Tables, Dan was a human capital consultant, ran an association, worked for a Member of Congress, and owned a web design firm. Dan has a BA from Hunter College and an MBA from Georgetown. He grew up in NYC and lives in DC.