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In this presentation, John Sileo will leverage lessons learned from losing his entire business to cybercrime while simultaneously facing jailtime. He will show you how to deploy a threat narrative to empower your culture of security, and how crisis and failure are untapped weapons in your anti-fraud toolkit.
Join us for a very special “Lessons in Leadership” featuring Kimberly Mosley, CAE, CPE, President of the American Specialty Toy Retailing Association.Find out more »
Join us for a members-only conversation for event organizers about digital and hybrid events. Members will be able to submit their questions in an open conversation learn from others' experiences and best practices.
Greater Midwest Chapter - Inclusion, Diversity & Equity Lunch & Learn – Bold & Brave: How Did We Get Here?
Bold & Brave: How Did We Get Here? The Past, Present & Future of Racial Justice in America – and in the Meetings, Events and Hospitality Industry Please join the Inclusion, Diversity & Equity Task Force for our next webinar “Bold & Brave: How Did We Get Here? The Past, Present & Future of Racial Justice in America – and in the Meetings, Events, and Hospitality Industry.” We have invited Gus Martinez, to join IDE Task Force members Cherai Lewis…Find out more »
Join us for an eventful webinar that brings together the food, music and culture of New Orleans. During our time together we will have several conversations with hospitality leaders and discuss exciting new developments underway in the Crescent City.
REGISTER NOW! Celebrate with us in congratulating the following nominees for their hard work and dedication in the meetings and events industry: Rising Star Kimberly Wong, Streamlinevents Angelica Perez, Visit Oakland Joanne Si, AFR Samantha Marie, CMP, CPT, Omni Era Life Member of the Year Jeanne Kolasa, EventWright Maria Dempsey, Park Central Hotel Mark Feldman, Visit Santa Barbara Pat Swan, Mountain View Staging Adrienne Fisher, AFP Events Kevin Boland, Palace Hotel Supplier of the Year Teresa Savage, Visit Napa Valley…
Join us for a members-only open discussion about the future — what may business events look like when we meet again? What are the emerging trends you see? What are the changes you would like to see? Let’s share our thoughts about what we think will help us navigate over the next few months and how we think this experience could potentially shape our industry during the recovery and beyond.
** Disclaimer: The thoughts and views expressed during this session are those of the individuals and do not represent the organizations they are affiliated with.
Attorney Paula Goedert will break down the current IRS regulation UBIT (unrelated business income tax) and how it applies to forced virtualization of exhibits and whether sponsorship rules offer a path forward to tax exempt revenue.
Join us Wednesday, October 28th at 11:30 AM Remember the carefree excitement of a road trip with your friends with no idea where you’re headed or what you’ll encounter along the way? Our industry just hopped into the van together, headed down the highway into the great unknown again… But this time, the stakes are higher, the uncertainty is overwhelming and we must be very intentional about what we bring with us and what we leave behind. In that same…Find out more »
We’ve been hacked! A group of hackers have managed to break into PCMA CW servers and we need your help to get them back. The hackers are not motivated by cash, but by moral code, can we prove that we are worthy of getting our files back? Join us for another edition of Cold Drinks, Hot Topics – but this month, it’s all fun, and FREE for PCMA members. Register now! PCMA Members can attend for free!Find out more »
Don’t miss the Q4 Spark Event: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: Not Just a Talking Point!Find out more »
Heather Mason and Ed Salvato have been in the events industry for years, attending face-to-face meetings in the past as well as attending in the current climate. The pair have come up with situations for you to think about and decide what will you do - and will ask you to choose through a poll, to be followed by discussion of the available options for planners.