It doesn't take long to notice Greater Lansing is undergoing a major reconstruction. Cranes are in the air, shovels are in the dirt and the community at large is at the threshold of a completely revitalized region.
Is your meeting or event ready in the event of a crisis? What are the best precautions to take to both manage risk and have a plan should something go wrong? Here's a quick resource to educate and hopefully put you at ease.
February 25, 2020 by Brendan Dwyer, CTA
The Greater Lansing Convention and Visitors Bureau (GLCVB) held its annual meeting on February 25
I guess you could say hospitality is in my blood. I do know for sure I’m passionate about helping people and getting into this field allowed me to do that professionally.
How often do you go to a conference? A few times a year? Just once? Maybe you haven't been to a conference in years. If you haven't been to a conference in a while, you might be in for a surprise the next time you register and attend.
Event professionals, whether they are on the planning side or the supplier side, are always looking for ways to get better. The industry is constantly changing and that requires even those on top of their game to be increasingly nimble.
There’s still time to take your meeting outside in Greater Lansing! Whether you have 15 minutes in-between meetings, or an hour-long discussion scheduled with a colleague, there are plenty of options to get some fresh air during that time. Before the weather takes a turn for the worse, bring your meeting outside and check out some of these natural gems!
For so many reasons it’s a fantastic thing to live near a Big Ten college town. Sure there is the fun of a home football Saturday and yes, there is the buzz each fall when a crop of new students come in to make our home their new home-away-from-home, but the thing I think is the best about living near a college town is the community assets that the university puts at our doorstep.