ConventionSouth Magazine listed three Meeting Expectations team members as Meeting Pros to Watch in 2017. Conference Manager Marci Nessing, Conference Manager Elizabeth Klostermann and Registration Senior Manager Ashlie Davis each highlighted their areas of expertise, gave advice on challenges that may arise during a conference and their favorite aspect of their profession.
Each year, Atlanta Business Chronicle in partnership with Omaha, Neb.-based Quantum Workplace - a global leader in workplace culture assessment - surveys the metro area’s employers to find those that have discovered how to become one of Atlanta’s Best Places To Work. To find Atlanta’s 2016 Best Places To Work, the Chronicle asked readers to nominate workplaces in metro Atlanta. Nominations were accepted during the past year on the Chronicle’s website. This year, Meeting Expectations placed at number 17 in the medium-sized companies category.
Knowing how attendees evaluate the effectiveness of an educational event is a critical component in keeping them engaged and in maximizing the host organization’s return on its meeting investment. But proper attendee evaluation is a multistep process that spans several time frames. Senior Director of Marketing Allison Germaneso Dixon weighs in on the latest evaluation concepts.
Smart Meetings Features Allison Dixon: Attendee Evaluations Ensure Better Meetings
It has been my personal privilege to work with Alex Murphy and the Site Selection team at Meeting Expectations for the last several years. Alex is the consummate professional both in negotiating and advocating for her clients and working with us as a hotel to streamline the process of moving business to the next level. The Meeting Expectations team is one that can truly tout themselves as experts in understanding what their customers want and need.