Recently, a client held its sales kickoff in Texas, with 150 representatives in attendance. Our event planners swiftly stepped in to guide them to success by working with the client to establish advanced safety protocols.
As the pandemic caused the meetings and events industry to quickly adapt to fewer in-person events, Meeting Expectations’ in-house Site Selection team remains on the front lines, supporting our clients and working closely with our convention and visitor bureau (CVB) partners across the country.
In the blink of an eye, “Zoom fatigue” has become part of the vernacular. As the pandemic compelled companies and organizations to deliver their events in an online environment, many have become so laser-focused on learning the ins and outs of new technology, that they have neglected the most important factor: the human factor.
Lisa Neylon’s final stop in California was the fabulous Newport Beach Marriott Hotel & Spa, where she spent the day with Ben Stinnet, director of sales and marketing. Join them as we take a look!
In a guest post by Visit Salt Lake, Tyson Lybbert goes in-depth on lessons learned and the steps the city has taken to move ahead safely for meetings and events.
In late May, Lisa Neylon flew from Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport to San Diego, CA to visit two resorts. Why? The coronavirus pandemic has rightfully ceased much of the meetings and events industry for the past three months. Now, as places across the country re-open, it was time for her to embark on a travel experience – from beginning to end – and share the process and with our clients and community.