Originally published by Shelley Row, P.E., CSP on 6 January Hard-to-work-with, passive-aggressive, disagreeable, arrogant, unresponsive, unmotivated, angry. Know anyone like that? Rational, levelheaded, thoughtful, curious, respectful, friendly, easy-to-get-along-with, agreeable. You probably know people like this, […]
Congratulations to recent #CEM graduate Nina Sader, CEM of Solar Energy Trade Shows, LLC! Read why she believes obtaining the designation makes trade show professionals more credible and helps to advance events/exhibitions careers in the latest blog
Jessica Finnerty, CEM, could see Washington, D.C. from her office window. But she never imagined she’d one day experience what went on in the rarified halls of the U.S. Congress. That was five years ago, […]
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By Allan Lynch A SPECIAL SECTION BROUGHT TO YOU BY MEETING PROFESSIONALS INTERNATIONAL There is a digital dilemma in the meetings sector. It’s not about event apps or better presentation…
Published by Michelle Bruno on September 13, 2019 A special section brought to you by Historically, data security and privacy have not been high priorities for event organizers. Many don’t feel particularly vulnerable because the […]
Congratulations to #CEM graduate Rucheeka Chhugani, CEM of NürnbergMesse India Pvt. Ltd.! Read why Rucheeka believes the designation proves her expertise in exhibition management and how she was able to implement the tools she learned right after earning her CEM.
Originally published by Shelley Row, P.E., CSP on 26 November We’re learning about the ten skills that technical professionals need when they become a manager. Today let’s discuss the importance of getting to know that special […]