Month: October 2018

CEM Spotlight on Matthew Thomas, CEM

Congratulations to Matthew Thomas, CEM, Sales Manager for PSAV on earning his CEM designation! Read how becoming a CEM gamechanger has helped his career.

Challenge These Five Assumptions for More Innovation (or Learning from UFOs)

Making assumptions can lead to missed opportunities for you and your team. Recognize and challenge these five assumptions for innovative breakthroughs.

Why I Attend Expo! Expo!: An Interview with Lisa Goecke Malikow of National Restaurant Association

Lisa Goecke Malikow of National Restaurant Association shares her #ExpoExpo experiences and why you should attend the “show for shows”.

CEM Spotlight on Annaji Sailer, CRFP, CEM

Congratulations to Annaji Sailer, CRFP, CEM, Exhibit & Sponsorship Sales Manager for Restaurant Facility Management Association on earning her CEM designation! Read how becoming a CEM gamechanger has helped her career.

Facing Challenges Together Through Mentorship

Originally posted on CEIR Blog:
By Thom Singer, CSP A SPECIAL SECTION BROUGHT TO YOU BY MEETING PROFESSIONALS INTERNATIONAL “What are the worst and the best outcomes that can happen to you because of this…

Why I Attend Expo! Expo!: An Interview with Mathys Taekema, Business Development, RAI Amsterdam

IAEE speaks with Mathys Taekema, Business Development Manager at RAI Amsterdam, and chair of the Expo! Expo! Advisory Committee, who shares why he attends the “show for shows”.

CEM Spotlight on Vijay Chandra Jonnadula, CEM

Congratulations to recent graduate, Vijay Chandra Jonnadula of Hyderabad International Trade Exhibition Center on earning his CEM designation. Read about this gamechanger’s CEM journey.

How Thought Leadership and Training Giveaways Can Build Your Business

Demonstrating thought leadership with short videos, in-person presentations, blogs and training giveaways can help you build trust and earn customers. Read how you can grow your business’ knowledge base via 4imprint.

Change Can be Scary

The more comfortable and content we are with our situation, the more difficult it is to make the adjustment. Read Debi Silber’s take on change.