Millenial Business Travelers' Habits

  Every generation, for better or worse, is a disruptor. And there may be no industry more poised to take advantage of disruptive millennial trends than the field of business and event travel.  

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Ellen Michaels Presents Appoints Director of Business Development

  Ellen Michaels Presents Appoints Director of Business Development FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE- Silicon Valley, CA (September 12th, 2017) – Renowned corporate event management, production and communications company, Ellen Michaels Presents, is pleased to announce the appointment of Lindsey Passen as Director of Business Development.

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Creating Device-Free Meetings

  Head into any meeting and you’ll see the same thing: people surreptitiously checking their smart devices while tuning out of the conversation that’s happening right in front of them. Anyone running a meeting finds it hard to not get frustrated or take it personally when the people in front of them are visibly somewhere else.  

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Benefits to Offer Event Sponsors

  Securing event sponsorship is not as straightforward as it once was. Sponsors demand more information than ever to secure their investment for events. Digital advertising has also changed multiple aspects in the industry. The abundance of data and analytics in the digital world has greatly influenced how sponsors measure success in the real world.  

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Underwater Properties to Impress Clients

    Would you like a little whale shark viewing with your wine? How about your own butler to assist with your dolphin swim? Or do you simply want to indulge in a James Bond-like fantasy of an underwater lair? Well, the best luxury underwater hotels in the world are here to make all of the above a reality.  

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Travel Apps You Didn't Know You Needed

  We know that planners are already multitasking geniuses. But did you know you could take your business travel to the next level? We are already dependent on our smartphones, so let’s make them work a little harder for us. Think about it - when was the last time you visited a new location and didn’t open Google maps?  

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