A Meeting Planning & Event Planning City Guide
Welcome to Cvent’s event planning and meeting planning Destination Guide. We’ve created the ultimate event planning resource to provide crucial, meeting-specific information to meeting and event planning professionals for nearly every major city around the globe.
You can think of the Destination Guide as a city guide, but created specifically for professionals in the meeting and event planning industry. You won’t find average home values, neighboring schools, children’s attractions or median incomes. What you will find is simply the brass tacks – the information you need to know when choosing a site for your next event. With key stats, airport and travel information, public transit details, venues and much more, the Cvent Destination Guide is a one-stop shop for event planners looking for the perfect city to host their events and meetings.
Our team of researchers, event planning professionals and city experts have made sure to include just about anything you would ever need when researching where to plan a meeting or event. Browse by continent, country, region or city – It’s all right here. Need maps of the city to send your attendees? Need key area stats to run by your boss for approval of a meeting destination? Need a list of entertainment options to keep attendees engaged while outside of meetings? What about the standard tipping practice in an area? Or the official language, if you’re planning a meeting abroad? You’ll find all the Cvent meeting planning and event planning info here on the Cvent Destination Guide.
Choosing a destination is often just the first step of the meeting planning process. Find the perfect event venue with the Cvent Supplier network, which boasts over 200,000 event spaces and facilities across the globe.
Thursday, Jul 19, 2018 by Caroline Howard |
Being able to understand your attendees’ feedback is huge. This can be difficult, though. Comment cards and surveys can be seen as highlighting your failures, but they’re incredible tools to analyze your successes. That’s why it’s so critical to understand the feedback you collect and improve from it. Questionnaires allow planners to measure the extent
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Wednesday, Jul 18, 2018 by Madison Layman |
Never has it been so easy – or so difficult – to get someone’s attention. With all of the social channels out there, picking the right one and knowing what tactics to use to get attendees interested in your event can seem impossible. Luckily, there are strategies to make grabbing attendee’s attention a little bit
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Tuesday, Jul 17, 2018 by Julie Haddix |
Given that as much as four percent of a company’s total revenue is spent on business transient travel for employees, and within that spend, 15 to 25 percent of their travel budget goes towards hotel costs, it’s not surprising that companies seek ways to economize business traveler expenses and improve overall management of travel programs.
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