Recently, I shared that I signed up and completed the Digital Event Strategist course through PCMA. It was truly an unexpected and valuable experience that I would highly recommend to my event colleagues. Before diving into my course experience, I have to be completely honest. I do not consider myself tech-savvy. I have a team helping me along with technology and would consider myself a late adopter of the idea of digital events.
Here we are just days away from the Easter Holidays and where I am (in Calgary) we're still pretty much restricted to spending the holidays this year with those in our bubble. Don’t get me wrong, I love my little bubble. But as a girl who comes from a large, loud Italian family where major holidays are spent with, you know, fifty family members, cooking for 3 still feels a little odd. Our family dinners are a pot luck of sorts, because
For years, I've had the great fortune of being an event planner with no shortage of projects, clients and things to keep me busy. But, like so many businesses, this past year has basically brought my career in events to a grinding halt. While I'm fortunate to continue working with some clients that have successfully adapted their events strategy, there's still no real replacement for the large scale experiences that have become my
What's your word? Setting Intentions in 2021... I'm not one for making dramatic new years resolutions. If I want to eat healthier or get active, I've found it's much more effective to set realistic intentions immediately. In my 20's I committed to eating healthy, a few years ago I decided to focus my efforts on balance and active living and so far all these decisions have, not only, stuck but have helped shaped my entire
Normally this time of year our calendars are jam packed with festive events and holiday lunches but, as we’ve all discussed time and time again – this year is like no other. While last week we discussed corporate gift ideas as an event substitute in how to spread Corporate Holiday Cheer During a