The report, recently released by the International Association of Conference Centres (IACC) combines research and insights into the top issues facing the global meetings and conference industry
Jeffry Farman, CountryPlace director, shares some time management tips that just might make a difference (with help from Tim Chudley, UK conference colleague & friend.)
Jeffry Farman, CountryPlace director, shares some simple ideas that have helped him.
Jeffry Farman, CountryPlace director, shares some simple ideas to create the perfect meeting environment (with help from Tim Chudley, UK conference colleague & friend.)
A to-do list is one of the easiest ways to keep to deadlines and prevent overwhelm in the work place. A detailed list will keep your tasks organised and checking items off gives a great sense of accomplishment.
First consideration when choosing a residential venue for a business event is the location. Maybe the mountains, maybe the seaside. But importantly it should be a region that will have an attraction for the delegates who feel they are going to...
The key to a great event isn’t just about booking a great venue that’s available on the day you want, and for the numbers you need.
It’s a big responsibility running a conference or meeting. These events can be quite costly when you add up all of the expenses – time away from work, facilitator costs, travel, entertainment. So, if it’s your responsibility you had better get it...
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By Jeffry Farman, past Global President, International Association of Conference Centres and director of CountryPlace Conference Centre
Guest Blogger:Peter Martini – Director, Corporate Team Building Solutions & Outdoor Training
Planning a conference is stressful. Not only does everything need to go right from a logistical perspective, but you also need to ensure that conference attendees enjoy themselves and feel like the conference was a valuable use of their time and...
By Jeffry Farman, past Global President, International Association of Conference Centres.
Whether it's for a strategy meeting or team building day, off-site meetings, away from the office, can encourage your team to break habits and develop new ways of thinking.
As well as fostering new ways of learning and the challenging side of team-building, these activities are almost always a lot of fun at conferences.