2014년 인기 Meetings Imagined 게시글
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This year, we saw many breakout meeting, design and culinary trends, and we covered them all. These were the site’s most popular stories from 2014—review some of your favorites or catch up on ones you missed!
Don’t let name tags be an afterthought; instead, plan ahead to make the most of this event necessity. Read (and remember!) our tips for unique and interesting name badges that will spark conversation, connect attendees to one another and increase guest engagement.
Wayne Williams, director of event management at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis, shares his experience hosting 90 Marriott general managers from all over the East Coast. Find out how he created a spectacular environment, where all the general managers could share friendly conversation.
We love food—even just reading about it. Brad Nelson, vice president of culinary for Marriott International, helped us get a handle on 2014’s food trends. Which of these trends do you think is here to stay?
Robin Van Ieperen, events operations supervisor at the Amsterdam Marriott Hotel, hosted the German International Football Team. He managed to keep them well fed, transform a banquet hall into a multifunctional space and make an impression on the team’s managers. Find out how.
Colin Cowie, event planner extraordinaire, dished some of his best-kept secrets to Meetings Imagined. Find out how he incorporates food and beverage, engages all five senses and brings a “JDM,” or jaw-dropping moment, to each and every event.
Organizing an event for attendees who don’t know one another can be daunting. Explore three icebreakers that will get attendees interacting. Kiss impersonators, anyone?
Selecting the appropriate music for your meeting type is key. Discover which music selections will match your meeting goals.
Don’t make attendees sleepy by feeding them heavy meats, fats and white flour/sugar combo options. Keep participants alert and attentive by substituting selections that power productivity for those attention-sabotaging foods.
No more wasted meetings or events. Is that possible? It is, if purpose and outcome drive your planning. Unclear on your purpose? Take our “What is your meeting purpose?” quiz to find out, and start planning better meetings.
Think it’s impossible to impress the so-called “foodies” with your meeting menu? 그렇다면 다시 생각하십시오. Graziela Bittencourt, conference and banqueting manager at the London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square, wowed guest food experts with creativity and hyperlocal culinary offerings.