Category: Meetings and Events

Case Study: Universal Studios Buyout
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November 29, 2010July 5, 2017

Case Study: Universal Studios Buyout

The Scenario: A large public company decided to have an Award Function for 2600 people in Orlando, Florida. Our Team, after an extensive search, secured Universal Studios for a private function. The Result:  Full Buyout of Universal Studios Orlando: Guests were treated to a private evening in Universal Orlando. Food stations for a full dinner...

Is Mexico the Next Generation?
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March 8, 2010July 5, 2017

Is Mexico the Next Generation?

With new meeting rooms and a 25,300 sq ft convention centre, it is easy to see why Huatulco, Mexico is the new hot spot for company meetings and teambuilding sessions. There is always something for everyone here. “Today’s meeting trends are boutique hotels, designer resorts, modern art and architecture” states Prevue magazine. In the heart...

Mission: Impossibility
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February 15, 2010July 5, 2017

Mission: Impossibility

In the event planning industry there is a saying…”Anything that Can Go Wrong…Will Go Wrong – ON SITE!” In the event planning industry there is a saying…”Anything that Can Go Wrong…Will Go Wrong – ON SITE!” So, as a corporate event coordinator it is your job to make sure that all plans are as firm...

I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for… Cheesecake?
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February 1, 2010July 5, 2017

I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for… Cheesecake?

I am sure that I speak for most when I say that dessert is definitely the most important part of a meal…at least when the meal is awarded to you by your company for a years’ worth of excellent work! I am sure that I speak for most when I say that dessert is definitely...

Our Planners Approach to a Better RFP
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January 8, 2010July 5, 2017

Our Planners Approach to a Better RFP

Profile Include information about your company or organization sponsoring the event (let us know if you do not want your company name mentioned, if confidentiality is required). Space We do the homework and ask the pertinent questions of your event to anticipate growth and/or attrition in attendance from the previous year or event. History We...

Can some businesses be booming?
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December 22, 2009July 5, 2017

Can some businesses be booming?

“Digging the Future,” an article within Small Market Meetings magazine, has recently stated that “many meeting venues in small cities are forging ahead by expanding their facilities and building new ones.” Small meeting facilities continue to grow and renovate not only because of the constant pent-up demand, but with the downturn in the economy, supplies...