Tag: IAEE

From the MATSO Perspective…An Interview with Michelle Sanford, CEM, Director of Event Operations, AEM

IAEE recently interviewed Michelle Sanford, CEM, Director of Event Operations, with the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) to learn more about her IAEE member experience. Michelle is part of a team that produces one of […]

Gearing Up for Women’s Leadership Forum

By Mindy Abel, Senior Vice President, Strategic Alliance and Partnership with Visit Anaheim and Chair of the IAEE Women’s Leadership Forum Task Force As I gear up for the Women’s Leadership Forum (WLF) in D.C. on […]

From the MATSO Perspective…An Interview with Jim Pittas, Senior VP, PMMI

IAEE had the pleasure of interviewing longtime IAEE member Jim Pittas, Senior Vice President with PMMI. Jim produces the PACK EXPO and is currently a member of the IAEE MATSO Council. Jim has been a […]

Promotional Products Meet the Colors of 2016

Source: Originally published at Blog | 4imprint Learning Center Color. If you’re like many people, it’s one of the first things you notice. Apple green. Cherry red. Bright white. Deep burgundy. Sleek black. Whether you’re […]

It’s a Small World After All (with BIG Possibilities for Exhibitions and Events)

By Mary Tucker, IAEE Sr. PR/Communications Manager With the recent announcement of Global Exhibitions Day, we are entering a time where the emphasis on international collaboration is at the forefront of the exhibitions and events […]

It’s Not About You: What You Really Need to Know About Your Personal Brand

Originally published by Lindsey Pollak. In 1997, business guru Tom Peters wrote an article for Fast Company, “The Brand Called You.” The timing for this revolutionary concept was especially powerful for me, as a recent […]

Women of Achievement, Unite!

By Mary Tucker, IAEE Sr. PR/Communications Manager What does it mean to be a Woman of Achievement? Is it reaching the top of the executive ladder? Shattering the glass ceiling? Being great at what you […]

Help! My Boss Is a Millennial — and I’m Not!

Originally published 11 December 2015 By Lindsey Pollak. We talk a lot about how managers can work with millennials — but what about when a millennial is your boss? It’s a situation that will become […]

Fraudsters Steal our Shows’ Money

Here is one of the biggest uninsured types of loss … and it can happen to you! Fraudsters are tapping into company email systems to see “who tells who” to regularly wire money. Then the […]

Dan Cole Talks About the Value of Relationships

Originally published by EventsInAmerica.com Hargrove is a woman-owned trade show designer and general service contractor located in Lanham, Maryland, just east of the Capitol Beltway. Its 365,000 square foot facility is a showcase for creative design […]