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  1. Signs of success: make event signage work for you

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    Nobody notices great event signage. When signage is well planned and beautifully designed, attendees move seamlessly from session to session, find what they’re looking for and know where they are at all times. They feel the theme of the event and note the great sponsors who are helping it succeed. They don’t consciously notice the signs; they can stay focused […]

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  2. A room with a view: six Montréal venues that rise above it all

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    Planning meetings means prioritizing practical logistics like room capacity, high-tech amenities and proximity to the city’s attractions. While all those elements are important, of course, we humans also have an innate attraction to all things beautiful. A venue that looks out to panoramic open spaces and gorgeous views also soothe the soul, rev up creativity (yes, that’s a real thing) […]

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  3. Going beyond green to sustainability

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    We all want to do the right thing when it comes to being eco-responsible. We’ve mastered the 3 Rs (reduce, reuse, recycle), we’ve cut down on printing, switched the plastic water bottles for glass pitchers and put blue boxes in all our meeting rooms. While these are all great initiatives, are we really doing the best we can? Thinking outside […]

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  4. 8 must-read (non-event) blogs for meeting professionals

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    Meeting professionals are a savvy bunch, always keeping an eye on world events, industry trends and new technologies. They understand that a political shift or shiny new gadget could have the potential to change the way we plan, organize and report on events. Planners tend to have their own short-lists of favourite sources for news and information, but sometimes it’s […]

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  5. Planet Quebec brings Montréal innovation to SXSW

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      Each year in March, the South by Southwest Conference & Festivals (better known by its acronym, SXSW) is the go-to gathering of some of the hottest names in music, film, politics and tech. The interactive component of the conference alone drew over 37,000 people from 82 countries in 2016, and featured speakers like Barack Obama, J.J. Abrams and Jimmy […]

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  6. Robert Bell: Why Montréal is an Intelligent Community

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    Last June, Montréal was named Intelligent Community of the Year by the prestigious New-York based Intelligent Community Forum. The ICF, as it’s known, is a nearly 20-year-old international organization that celebrates and encourages communities that thrive thanks to their unification of culture and technologies. Previous winners include New York, Columbus, Toronto, Eindhoven and Taipei. We caught up with Robert Bell, […]

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  7. Montréal takes top ranking as best city in the world for students

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    You’ve probably noticed what an important year it is for Montréal, and we’ve been apologizing profusely to our neighbours for making so much noise about it. There’s been some big numbers to celebrate: 375 years as a city, coupled with Canada’s 150th anniversary as a nation. But there’s another number worth getting excited over, and it’s a rather small one. […]

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  8. Your 2017 social media checklist for event planners

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    Guest post by social media marketing specialist, Frederic Gonzalo Conversations often begin on social platforms prior to a meeting or conference. Naturally, the intensity of the conversations will peak during the event itself, but they can continue long after attendees have flown back home and returned to work. No matter what point on the event timeline, there are opportunities to […]

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  9. Tourisme Montréal hosts 8th annual Association Networking Forum in Paris

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    Montréal’s spirit of innovation and creativity has earned it an international reputation as a cosmopolitan city. That’s why, once again this year, Tourisme Montréal is bringing this forward-thinking approach to doing business to its international association clients with the 8th annual Montréal Association Networking Forum in Paris. The Forum will gather together a group of international clients and peers for […]

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