Month: April 2017

How to Lower Stress at Work

Originally posted by Lindsey Pollack 24 March 2017 What stresses out your employees? Deadlines? A never-ending to-do list? An overflowing inbox? While the concept of work-life integration is designed to reduce workplace stress, sometimes it […]

Please Come In …

Originally posted on CEIR Blog:
by Caitlin Fox When’s the last time you looked at your event’s website through the eyes of your end user, searching for event content you’d need to make a decision…

IAEE Awards Spotlight on Jenn Ellek, CMP: 2016 Outstanding Achievement in Marketing & Sales Award Winner

By Mary Tucker, Sr. PR/Communications Manager Jenn Ellek, CMP is Sr. Director of Trade Marketing & Communications for the National Confectioners Association. In 2016, she was recognized for her ability to marry marketing strategy with […]

Female Empowerment in the Exhibition Industry is a Numbers Game

The industry needs a scorecard to prove that advancing women is more than just talk. Source: Female Empowerment in the Exhibition Industry is a Numbers Game

Get in on the Secret to Great Parade Giveaways

Originally posted by 4impint 3 April 2017 It wouldn’t be a parade without the big-brass bands, unicyclists, local dignitaries shaking hands and parade giveaways. Nonprofits and entrepreneurs are spreading the word about their products, services […]

IAEE Awards Spotlight on Alex Land, CEM: 2016 Young Professional of the Year Award Winner

By Mary Tucker, Sr. PR/Communications Manager Alex Land, CEM serves as Sales Executive for the Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority. He has advocated for IAEE on local and national levels by serving on IAEE’s […]

The Trade Show Director Never Saw It Coming

Originally posted on CEIR Blog:
Ever wonder why a new trade show director’s hair goes gray by Day 3? by Tony Compton Johnny’s smartphone alarm rang precisely at 5:30 in the morning, but today he didn’t…