Tag: Corporate Events

One Size Does Not Fit All

“To be human is to know sadness. Owning our sadness is courageous and a necessary step in finding our way back to ourselves and each other”. The word Event Professional is not…

Creative Problem Solving for Event Design in 3 Easy Steps!

As you might imagine, when working in the arena of live experiences for a living, event professionals run into all sorts of opportunities to Creative Problem Solve. Stacy Harwood of One West Events and…

One Piece of Advice

Expert event professionals weigh in on the most important things to be mindful of as we reopen our industry.  The country is opening up, masks are coming off, and we are getting…

Event Imaging Creates Green Rain for Global Movie Premiere

 Warner Brothers challenged Rooftop Creative to produce an over-the-top visual experience for the MATRIX movie premiere, and the result was spectacular Inspired by the Matrix code, known in production circles as…

The 2022 Winter Issue is Here!

The latest issue of Canada’s favourite event magazine is out today. Click to read now. Packed with meaningful and inspiring content relevant to today’s event professionals. This issue kicks off a huge…

Decors & More’s Lunar NY 19

Throwback to 2019 and the year of the Pig, Decor & More, one of Canada’s premier design houses took its inspiration for Year of The Pig at Casino Rama from the geometric…

Spectacular Space in Mississauga

If you don’t know about the Living Arts Centre, you should because it’s a spectacular modern event space located just 20 minutes from Pearson in the heart of Mississauga, across from one…

Corey Mandell – The Greatest Showman

Corey Mandell is a showman; entertainment is in his blood. It’s a passion he has turned from a part-time gig at eighteen, into a career that has taken him across the globe…

Take Your Seat

Take your seat; the meeting is about to begin after the lockdown is over. Let’s talk trends, and let’s fill the room. Whether your meeting is small, medium or large, creativity whether…

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Conference Organizers: What Is Your Duty of Care?

By Dave Lutz. Just when we thought we were turning the corner on a rise in Covid cases, we are hearing about short-term cancellations of conventions once again as the Delta variant…

Announcing the 2021 Canadian Event Awards Finalists

Thank you and congratulations to everyone who participated in this year’s competition, and a special thank you to our esteemed panel of judges who remained committed to this process amid the challenges…

Event Jobs – June 1, 2021

People who plan events come from various backgrounds and often have a diverse skill set curated through unique experiences. To succeed as an event professional, one needs to be a strategic thinker,…

One Voice

By Liz Clark. Over the last several months, I’ve become well acquainted with the government programs designed to help support our industry in this time of need.  In some ways, you could…

The Future of Events – Not as Live as You Think

As vaccinations roll out across North America, people are getting hopeful that a return to ”Live” will be inevitable, and a huge push back to “normal” will occur. What we have seen,…

Event Jobs April 12

People who plan events, come from a multitude of different backgrounds and often have a diverse skill set curated through unique many experiences. To succeed as an event professional one needs to…

The High Cost of Hybrid

By Lisa Block. Our clients and leading industry associations (for example, PCMA’s latest glimpse of our industry’s future, the business recovery dashboard) are turning their attention to future hybrid and face-to-face (f2f)…

My COVID Story

By Jian Magen. It’s difficult to know where to begin, as I have yet to understand where and how it will end. The fact is, that like many (next to the birth…

Beyond Hybrid: Repackaging Your Conference Content

By Dave Lutz. Over the past nine months, many industry experts have proclaimed that meetings and conferences are forever changed and hybrid is here to stay. While I agree in principle, I…

Three Emerging Event Trends for 2021

Obviously, 2020 did not turn out to be the year the experiential marketing and events industry originally intended. It was projected to be a year of prosperity; it was the beginning of…

The Virtual Report – Events in a Post Pandemic Era

We have always expected events like Pride Day parades, the Super Bowl, New York Fashion Week, and other massive productions to be there for us. They are ingrained in our culture, but…

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