The PCMA Gulf States Chapter is forming a study group for anyone accepted to sit for future CMP Exams. We will be starting the course on Thursday, August 19, meeting on Thursday nights. The course will run every Thursday from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. CDT until November 11.
PCMA Canada West Presents: Cold Drinks, Hot Topics! Calling all Tourism & Hospitality Professionals: Explore ways to navigate the current job market and find balance within the powershift. It’s an exciting time within the industry – let’s talk about it! Join us to discuss the following topics: An employer’s perspective – Attracting new talent and
COLLABORATED & EMPOWERED BY: IAEEMWC & PCMA GMC are spinning the hottest tracks of summer! Collaborate with your peers at our (7) round table, sizzling, hot topics. This meeting won’t miss a beat! Breakout Session Hot Topics Delivering BIG while understaffed with limited resources F&B trends in meetings & exhibit floor drivers Reimaging your event
Plan to join us at Margaritaville Lake Resort in the Lake of the Ozarks, June 12-14, 2022 for the Heartland Chapter’s next E3 Conference: Educate. Engage. Experience. the event will feature discussions about new strategies and techniques that you can immediately integrate into your events. You’ll be joining the best and brightest meeting and event
Engagement isn’t a means to an end at your event or experience, rather, it’s a year-round mission that’s key to retaining, growing and strengthening your communities. But first, you must build these active and collaborative groups to foster communities that advance your engagement strategy. Learn how from events industry superstar, Will Curran, Founder and Chief
Do you want your company or venue to be more diverse, equitable and inclusive, but just aren’t sure where to start? Join The PCMA PNW Chapter and Diversity Center Seattle Founder Jean Iannelli Craciun to uncover the next step. Jean has decades of experience helping groups and individuals get to that next level in team
Everyone wants to belong and be part of something. Unfortunately, the pandemic prevented that from happening. Instead, it made many of us feel isolated, alone, and unsure how to navigate persistent uncertainty at work and in our personal lives. So many in our industry have lost what they thought was their life’s profession or have