Stay Energized for an All-Day Event

 

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Facebook Live for Event Audiences

  With approximately two billion users, Facebook offers event organizers access to the biggest community in the digital landscape. The appeal of using Facebook Live is that with just a cell phone and tripod, suddenly your event has a broadcast that offers a sea of possibilities.   

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Replace Your To Do List

  Is your to-do list an endless source of frustration? At the end of every day, does it seem like you have more items on the list than when you started? Applying a simple productivity-changing principle to your daily list can change all of that: time blocking.  

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City Series: Mexico City

  Mexico City is a modern, important cultural city and even designated as a Heritage City by UNESCO. The city charmingly fuses Parisian and U.S. architectural styles while the popular street foods (flat corn-based breads) are based off of traditional foods eaten by the ancient Aztecs.

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Event Security After Manchester

  It’s easy to become complacent about security - you get irritated when asked to produce a laminate yet again, or maybe you don’t see why you have to wait in line to get your bag screened. As planners, it’s a crucial role you have to get attendees and the public at large to recognize that security is performing a vital service to protect them.  

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U.S. Cities to Watch in 2017

  When it comes to American cities, New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles tend to dominate the event market and the conversation. Yet, these three cities continue to grow more crowded (and more expensive) and that has proven advantageous to other cities across the country. Conde Nast’s Travel Insider just released their event cities to watch list. These cities meet their criteria which attract people, space to create, and local cultural and culinary movements.  

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