How Data Boosts Your Event Revenue

  Meetings and events drive sales, and with the right understanding of data, meeting planners and departments can get recognition for their role in the selling process. Data can be used to demonstrate that events are a major factor in closing millions of dollars in sales.  

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Employee Burnout at Work

  Workplace burnout is a real phenomenon. It’s not in your head or just something your co-worker needs a quick power nap to get over. More people are feeling tired and lonely while engaging in their work. The Harvard Business Review (HBR) recently took a deeper look at this trend and issued their results on how to help yourself and your employees from falling victim to loneliness.  

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How Digital Multi-taskers Can Protect Their Eyes

 

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How the Smartphone Affected Events

  The first Apple iPhone went on sale 10 years ago. Apple's iPhone gave rise to whole new industries and then laid waste to others. Former CEO Steve Jobs called it Apple’s “truly magical product” when announcing the 2007 launch.  

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EMP Insight with Cynthia Kelly

  Catch-up with EMP’s newly minted President, Cynthia Kelly. Taking a moment out of her full schedule, Cynthia enthusiastically talks about strategy, competitive advantages, and why EMP should be your next trusted advisor.   ###   What services does Ellen Michaels Presents continue to offer clients?  We are a full service event planning, production, registration and creative services agency.  

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Six New Meeting Types

  Are you looking for a new conference model? The German Convention Bureau (GCB) has released their predictions of the types of meetings and conferences that we will all be having in the not too distant future. As an up-to-date planner, you are probably already seeing the start of this movement or even implementing some of these ideas yourself.  

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