Category: Quick Hits

Sep 20, 2013

5 Gadgets for Business Travelers

Doug Shockley

Doug Shockley is Vice President, Global Events at GES

Like many in our industry, I spend more time on the road than in the office, and I know the importance of...

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Aug 23, 2013

3 Reasons to Stay at Your Job

Christina Hernandez

I’ve been with GES for almost three years, and I often think about what my career holds for me. I enjoy what I do as GES’ New Media Coordinator and have...

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Aug 02, 2013

Customer-Centric: Catch Phrase or Way of Life?

Reagan Cook

Reagan Cook is Senior Marketing Analyst at GES

I read an interesting blog recently from the Harvard Business Review. It was called, “What it Really Means to...

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Jul 26, 2013

6 Presentation Tips to Keep Your Audience Engaged

Errol Ahearn

How often have you sat in a presentation and said to yourself, “Wow, this is so boring… I can’t sit through another meeting like this”. Now on the opposite end of the spectrum, when was...

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Jul 12, 2013

How to Keep Your Cell Costs Low When Traveling Abroad

Michelle Crowley

Michelle Crowley is Manager, Global Development at Professional Convention Management Association (PCMA)

Meetings are making their way to new places. Business opportunities are popping up in emerging markets. As more planners...

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Dec 14, 2012

5 Ideas: Last Minute Holiday Gifts for Coworkers

Ada Walton

Ada Walton is Digital Content Editor at Meetings + Events Magazine

Work is as busy as ever, there’s a holiday activity every other night and the countdown to the office gift...

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Nov 22, 2012

I’m Thankful for Our Team: 3 Ways I Show It

Steve Moster

Steve Moster is President at GES

Have you heard the quote, “As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to...

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Nov 16, 2012

Lessons from Oprah

Allison Bartels

Allison Bartels is Project Manager at GES

The last pallet has left the warehouse, happy sponsors have returned home and the steady streams of emails have slowly come to an end. It...

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