Navigating a career in event management as a Millennial


Well hello there! It’s a pleasure to be back. I hope you’ve been well since we last connected! This week I’d like to focus on The Children, because The Children are our future. Who I’m referring to is that group of young’uns known as Millennials (AKA Gen Y). I should preface that I’m allowed to call this cohort The Children because, according to the year I was born and much to my dismay, I am … Continue reading

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6 ways you must use social media for your event


In my line of work, I do a lot of creeping researching. When you’re the Social Community Specialist for a venue as large and as busy as the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, you know your role will require you to stay abreast of what’s happening at all times. That said, my attention is always split among the various events we have in the building and the many more we have coming up. Following each event’s … Continue reading

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5 things your post-con Wi-Fi data can reveal


It’s never too early to plan your next event, and just as your post-con meeting can uncover insights on everything from your food and beverage selection to your speakers lineup, what you can learn about bandwidth usage can translate to an invaluable resource in future planning. Earlier this summer we hosted a congress for the International Society of Thrombosis and Haemostasis (ISTH), and our Technology Services team produced a package of analytics that shed light … Continue reading

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