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.
In the second of our series of guest posts, Daren Kingi, senior vice president of sales for Visit Indy, shares how the Indianapolis CVB has pivoted to position the area for success.
As the COVID-19 pandemic shut down the spring of 2020, OATUG made the difficult decision to cancel its annual in-person event and change to a virtual conference. We challenged ourselves to make the online event as valuable as a replacement for the in-person experience as possible…including the delivery of an impactful keynote session.
Company culture sets organizations apart and shows the world who they are. Today’s candidates want to join companies that match their values, beliefs and purpose, just as companies look for candidates who meet the same criteria. Meeting Expectations has always focused on its culture and worked to make sure every new employee is not just a good fit for the position, but for the culture as well.
While Meeting Expectations offers professional writers and editors for its association clients, we are also skilled in collaborating with volunteers in the editor role; as we call them, “volunteditors.” Read our tips on how to deliver the highest quality publications.
Associations are facing an aging demographic. This is impacting membership, the makeup of boards of directors, and the hole it’s leaving as senior leaders retire and or move on to new careers. However, by focusing on the generation of younger workers, associations can create a relevant and progressive organization that’s poised to meet the needs of members today and into the future.