This is the seventh post in our “Project Your Voice” series. In this Q&A, we sat down with Angie M. Gates, President and CEO of Events DC. Even as a child, Angie was drawn to live entertainment. Over her illustrious career that spans more than two decades, she has found inspiration in every facet of what makes an event successful. Read More
It's the experience that matters.
As our team prepared for this year’s ASAE Annual Meeting, we thought about the pain points our clients and partners are experiencing today. With costs on the rise, but event budgets pressured to remain at pre-Covid levels, meeting planners are struggling to meet attendees’ high expectations for a new and memorable experience. Read More
In our last post – the first in a series about strategic meeting design – we highlighted the importance of thinking strategically about your event, and how to update the planning process to ensure attendees have a more tangible, memorable and valuable experience with your brand. Read More
A successful meeting – one where attendees leave inspired, energized and satisfied in their investment (time, financial) – doesn’t just happen. It requires significant planning, input from key stakeholders, a vision and a design that translates that vision into experiences and content that positively impact attendees. Read More
This is the sixth post in our “Project Your Voice” series. In this Q&A, we sat down with Karen Cuviello, Corporate Vice President of National Accounts right here at Projection. In her 30 years in the events industry, Karen has witnessed a lot of changes, and identified issues that she hopes continue to evolve.
This is the fifth post in our “Project Your Voice” series. In this Q&A, we sat down with Dana Johnston, associate director of convention operations and corporate relations at the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA). Having battled a serious mental illness herself, Dana has made it a point to keep mental health and better care of human resources in the conversation among events industry professionals.
This is the fourth post in our “Project Your Voice” series. In this Q&A, we sat down with Yolanda Simmons Battle, from the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA). With a master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling, Yolanda is passionate about helping others within the meeting industry face down their fears and find their seat at the table. Read More