Successful planners use a variety of technology tools to help them coordinate their complicated meetings and events. Here’s how several of them keep everything on track.
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If you’re like me, you love hearing a good tale or two from veteran meeting and event planners about how they saved the day. Here are three I discovered recently.
From Kate Walski, owner, 307 Event in Traverse City
Connect Space, formerly known as Message Blocks, was developed by Len Gauger. Gauger spent years in the hospitality industry trying to find a single integrated software solution that could solve the gamut of meeting, convention and special event needs. “I’d find a great software program that handled registration, but couldn’t track meeting agendas or timesheets,” Gauger explained.
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Here’s a fun way for planners and businesses to get their clients and employees more physically active.
Meijer State Games of Michigan created the Sept. 5-8 West Michigan Corporate Challenge to take place at various venues throughout the greater Grand Rapids area.
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