Virtual meetings have become a necessity in the professional workplace, allowing for a simulated face-to-face experience that serves as a feasible substitute for the real thing. People have, to be fair, worked remotely for a long time and been successful with it, but it's not normally been the whole team at once. And while nothing can fully replace an in-person meeting, taking the right approach can ensure a successful outcome.
On Michigan’s Mackinac Island, where cars have never been permitted, horses have long been a “mane” attraction. Mission Point is taking this deep-rooted local history into its meetings experience with Equine Assisted Leadership Workshops designed to enhance a team’s focus on nonverbal communication, interpersonal communication, team building leadership, and sales management.
BĒT is bringing their sweet-on-the-front, pepper-on-the-finish sugar beet vodka to their customers with the BĒT Vodka Travel Bar.
BĒT prides itself on being #madeforsharing, and they are making it easier than ever to share by bringing the BĒT experience anywhere their fans want them to be.
Thought the year, Native America communities gather for Wacipi or Pow Wows across the country. These social gatherings celebrate the culture and ancestors of the people with song, dance, and foods.
Last week, USA TODAY Travel released their top safest cities for tourists in America. Midwest Meetings wants to acknowledge the great Midwest towns which made the list, making them superb choices for meetings and events.
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Students, faculty, and staff from MacMurray College, in Jacksonville, IL, completed a video and a training manual designed to assist human resource departments and local businesses in implementing a welcoming environment for the deaf and hard of hearing community.
This is a great reminder to meeting and event planners to consider the environments presented to the deaf and hearing impaired community.
Brooklyn Boulders Chicago (BKB) is the perfect setting for meetings, corporate events, and bringing entrepreneurial people together
Winter days can be long, pushing us to look for something new. Movement stimulates creativity and innovation, making Brooklyn Boulders Chicago (BKB) the perfect setting for meetings, corporate events, and bringing entrepreneurial people together. The 25,000 square foot Chicago facility is perfect for gathering up to 40 people in the co-working space with standing desks and a conference table.