Month: October 2016

Social Media at Work: Do the Pros Outweigh the Cons?

Originally published by Lindsey Pollak 21 October. Truth: Social media at work is an integral part of many of your employees’ days. According to a Pew research report, employees are using social media at work […]

My #ExpoExpo Experience by Chad Chappell, CMP, Director of Sales Development with Visit Baltimore and Chair of the IAEE Expo! Expo! Advisory Committee

I have regularly attended Expo! Expo! for many years, but this is the first year I had the opportunity to be your Chair of the Expo! Expo! Advisory Committee.  From this view, I have seen […]

Warm Up Your Cold Market with Promotional Winter-Wear!

Originally posted by 4imprint. The changing weather is an amazing opportunity for your business. Promotional gifts that help keep them warm will have them singing your praises all winter long. Assemble an entire promotional wardrobe […]

What Does ‘Authenticity’ Really Mean at Work?

Originally published by Lindsey Pollak 18 October 2016. Being “authentic.” While this has become a buzzword, I think the idea of authenticity transcends trendiness: It’s a trait I admire in others and that I strive […]

Security and Safety

Originally published by Trade Show Executive October 2016 Edition One of the greatest advantages to being a part of the exhibitions and events industry is witnessing the direct effect that face-to-face interaction has on the […]

Is Your Comfort Zone Holding You Back At Work?

Originally posted by Lindsey Pollak 30 September 2016. As autumn sets in, my social media feed is becoming clogged with #FallLovers waxing eloquently about PSLs (pumpkin spice lattes for the uninitiated), chunky sweaters, boots, football, […]

Edible Giveaways

Originally published by 4imprint Whether you’re planning a tradeshow booth, wedding reception or employee appreciation event, attendees appreciate a snack. Edible logo’d giveaways are more diverse than ever with new flavors and options to feature […]

CEM Faculty Spotlight on B. Murphy, CEM, National Sales Manager, Fern

B. Murphy, CEM is a member of the National Sales Group of Fern. He is based in Alexandria, Virginia and is easily accessible for associations’ planning purposes. He has been involved with conventions, exhibits, and […]

What It Takes to Make a Great Event (My Expo Expo Experience)

By Michael Doane, Marketing Manager with CadmiumCD The two years prior to 2015, I had been fairly active with my IAEE membership online, chatting with other members through the IAEE MemberLink forum and taking advantage of all […]

The MATSO Perspective from Adam Andersen, Managing Director of New Hope Network, a division of Penton

This past May, after years of trying to fit it into my schedule, I finally made it to the IAEE MATSO Spring Meeting, hosted this year at another event I’ve always wanted to attend, the […]