The Luxembourg Convention Bureau is seeking a Sales Manager – Corporate & Incentive
MeetDenmark has released portions of a new study showing that while most associations and destinations are focused on improving meeting legacies, they have differing views of just what legacy is and how to go about achieving it.
Press Release May 21, 2019 Chloé Menhinick Joins GainingEdge as Partner for Association Consulting Convention industry consulting firm, GainingEdge, has announced that Chloé Menhinick is now heading up its global association consulting operations. Based out of The Hague, Menhinick has 15 years experience working in…
Association meetings have the ability to exchange knowledge not just among delegates, but also among local communities. According to Jane Vong, senior manager, Asia, for meetings industry advisors GainingEdge, groups travelling to a destination for association meetings should make use of their skills and knowledge by passing them down to local communities.
Read more at: https://www.campaignasia.com/article/association-meetings-can-greatly-benefit-local-communities-gainingedge/451439
Many of the world’s corporate citizens and organisations incorporate an element of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) into their event programmes as their giving-back to society. Besides building a positive business reputation, better brand recognition (and increased sales), such programmes also help enhance their team members’ loyalty while cementing interpersonal bonds.
Fundamental to building strong value propositions is a clear sense of reasonable expectations. Impractical expectations by both industries and governments in relation to the market resources vs. market outcomes dynamic is unfortunately commonplace. “Do more with less” can be an inspirational rallying call for policy…
“Universal Accessibility in Meetings,” is a research study conducted by GainingEdge, in collaboration with project partners BestCities Global Alliance (BestCities) and Rehabilitation International (RI Global). The goal of this research project is to promote awareness among meeting organizers and the supplier community on the need to remove barriers in meetings and conventions for delegates with disabilities. The study also includes some recommendations on how destinations can make the business events they host more inclusive.