Waste Not, Want Not: Making Leftover Event Materials Serve the Community

After WrestleMania concluded in Philadelphia, the CVB found a way to give the professional wrestling event’s banners a second life, while giving back — joining several other large events that have made sure that what’s left over goes to a good cause rather than the landfill.

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The Tortured Event Planners Department

Remember, you bring more to the table than well-organized logistics. Events are a platform that can further goals and advance the industry you serve.

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Navigating Political Polarization at Your Events

Political divisiveness has increased dramatically in the U.S. in recent years. How much have you thought about the impact that may have on participants at your events — or what you can do to manage its effects?

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Drawing People Together

New research shows that visual art can do more than add beauty to your events — it can help build connections.

Help Out Your Exhibitors

The Exhibitor Advocate recently released its 2023 Annual Survey of Exhibition Rates. This report compares material handling, labor, and equipment costs across 24 major U.S. destinations. Here are two takeaways you should consider.

Filling in Staffing Gaps With the Right Talent

A new initiative in Boston aims to solve two problems at once: the shortage of highly qualified professionals in the hospitality industry and the lack of diversity in managerial and senior leadership roles.

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