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The Asia Pacific Incentives Meetings Event (AIME) is the leading trade event for the meetings and event industry in the Asia Pacific region, focused on delivering positive business outcomes. AIME is when industry decision makers connect, create and do business across the whole Asia Pacific region.Find out more »
Financial Realities of Event Planning in 2019 and beyond Be a part of an open discussion with the experts on current and future financial realities within the meetings and convention industry; new pricing structures, third-party supplier commissions, extra fees, larger financial liabilities. This session will focus on answering questions from our members. The panel will be in the hot seat ready speak about the revenue reality of today and how to anticipate costs for future meeting and event budgets. Moderator: Julie…Find out more »
New Ways to Generate Revenue for Your Meetings: New revenue streams are a welcome addition to most meetings. With budgets constantly challenging us to do more with less, it’s important to consider untapped resources for new cash flow.Find out more »
If you have been promoted and are managing people for the first time but have not been trained on how to lead your new team successfully, you are not alone. Take the first step to gaining the confidence needed to effectively lead, not manage your team.
PCMA PNW February Education Program – Creating Guiding Principles with Kati QuigleyFind out more »
A quarter of all Americans over the age of 12 are active podcast listeners, and by 2021, Statista estimates 100 million Americans will be active listeners. With the rise of podcasting, it’s a great opportunity for Meetings & Events to create new, high quality content with less effort than blogging. How do you get started? What equipment do you need? How do you grow your audience? Save the date to join PCMA New York Area Chapter on Tuesday, February 26th to learn…Find out more »
New Year = New You! Networking Breakfast It’s that time again for our first networking event of the year. As per tradition, this is the time to update your headshots and reconnect with your industry friends. This year’s breakfast will be held at The St. Regis San Francisco—you do not want to miss out on what we have in store for you so register today! Wednesday, February 27, 2019 8:30am—10:30am The St. Regis San Francisco | 125 Third Street Pricing:…Find out more »
Join your fellow Rocky Mountain PCMA members for our first Community Service Event of the year benefiting the Ronald McDonald House! Monday, March 4th, 2019 Start Time 4:30 pm Dinner Service 6:00 pm Ronald McDonald House 932 Potomac Circle Aurora, CO 80011 Since 1979, Ronald McDonald House® Charities of Denver has offered a loving home away from home to families needing to be near their seriously ill or injured children while they’re being treated at metropolitan area hospitals. Rocky Mountain…
Jamie Murdock and Donna Kastner will open their design playbooks, revealing tips to help you explore if it’s a fit for your audience and if so, next steps to create a hackathon that unleashes richer and more rewarding event guest experiences.
Honor International Women’s Day with a special panel of Boston professional women who get things done and inspire others to do the same. Moderated by Carrie Campbell of Fenway Park Events. Panelists include Martha Sheridan of the Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau and Joyce Leveston of the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority. Presentation, reception (and hot chocolate!) included. $40/person. Space is limited and this event is on track to sell out.
Location and Host Sponsor: Hyatt Regency Columbus (350 North High Street, Columbus, OH 43215; 614-463-1234) We have all heard the phrase “human trafficking”, but what exactly is it? Does it really impact the hospitality community? What influence can I have as an event professional to affect my community in a positive way? What do I need to know? Learning just a few simple signs to look for can make a significant difference. Please join us as Columbus’ own survivor and author,…Find out more »
Come learn how your next meeting can have a social impact on your members, community, and destination. Our panel will walk you through how they’ve created social impact experiences starting with a meeting planner and our President-Elect (Sandy Wachter, CMP with American Association of School Personnel Administrators) to a destination (Kaleena James with Visit KC) to a non-profit organization (Cassandra Ford with Bridging The Gap). Our moderator and Community Service Chair, Sarah Morrissey, CMP with Distinctive Meetings Inc, will also…Find out more »