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Trade Show 2021: The Experience Economy Roars Louder

Post authored by Brian Strickland, Director of Sales, Sports & Enthusiast Trade show guest expectations are escalating, yet the biggest challenges for event organizers still lie ahead. At IMEX America 2016, I had the privilege of leading an Inspiration Hub … Continue reading

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Scaling Up Your Conference Content Marketing Machine

While content marketing is getting more attention these days, it’s hardly a new concept. Continue reading

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How to Be a Star: The Newest Trend in City-Wide Housing

Post authored by Heidi A. Voorhees, MBA, CAE, Senior Vice President, Housing, Experient With the new seller’s market in full swing, revenue managers are playing a bigger role than ever in deciding how much inventory to give to a group, … Continue reading

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Phishing: Your Exhibitors May Be Doing It—and It’s Naughty

Post authored by Michael Godsey, Senior Vice President of Market Development at Experient I just can’t seem to keep myself from writing titles that attempt to grab the reader’s attention. I guess it was beaten into my head during journalism … Continue reading

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House Committee Passes Modified Government Travel Language

Courtesy of ASAE’s Public Policy Department Thanks to all of your efforts, the House Committee has passed modified government travel language.  In the wake of the GSA scandal, we have been encouraging you as citizens employed in the hospitality/travel industry … Continue reading

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Budapest: Beyond Expectations

Post authored by Ping He, CMP, Director of Global Sourcing and Partnership Development at Experient  The Hungary Tourism Board hosted a worldwide workshop in Budapest from June 3-6 and invited 50 people from around the world to participate. I was fortunate … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Outsourcing Your Event Management Needs

Post authored by William F. Reed, FASAE, CMP, Senior Vice President of Strategic Sales at Experient To outsource or not to outsource? Chances are, if you are responsible for your organization’s meetings, conferences, tradeshows or events, you’ve probably asked yourself this … Continue reading

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“Opt-Out” Clauses for the Attendee – DEATH for the Exhibitor’s Booth

Post authored by Michael Godsey, Senior Vice President of Market Development at Experient How’s that for a title? I know that’s a good bit of drama, and I think it comes from watching the movie Gladiator a little too much … Continue reading

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Congress Puts New Limits on Government Travel to Conferences

At Experient, we’ve been closely following the fallout from the infamous 2010 GSA training conference in Las Vegas and the impact of recent legislation on the travel and meetings industries. In a just few short weeks, there have been a significant … Continue reading

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Transparency and Accountability: Keys for Government Events

Post authored by Mark Decker, Director of Government Events at Experient Congressional hearings taking place this week in the House and Senate underscore the need for transparency and accountability in government spending on conferences and events. The GSA scandal that broke … Continue reading

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