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  • Project Squared: You Asked, We Listened

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    Jonathan Rosenberg
    2 Mar 2015 | 6:30 am
    When we launched Project Squared in November of 2014, one of the things that was really important to us was to listen to our customers, and to use the things we heard to adjust the experience. We established several “listening posts” – ways for us to get feedback. Analytics and metrics were one way. Another way was a feedback capability right within the application. We encouraged our users to use the feedback feature to report problems, but to also make feature requests or [...]
  • How to Fight Perfectionism and Call a Project Complete

    The Fast Track
    Alison Green
    3 Mar 2015 | 5:00 am
    If you agonize over details and find it hard to ever call a project complete, you’re probably suffering from acute perfectionism. If you miss deadlines or neglect other work because you’re spending... Get the whole story and more on The Fast Track
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  • Love Your Clients: Give Them What They Want

    Collaborative Journeys
    Ben Ziegler
    12 Feb 2015 | 1:28 pm
    It’s “love” week. Valentines Day is this Saturday, February 14. Of course, the love we offer this week need not be reserved for our partner-in-life or partner-of-the-moment. Why not extend it to your clients, in the workplace? If I were a syndicated advice columnist, Dr. Love, here is how I would respond to this readers’ question: “Dr. Love: How can I show my love for the people I serve, my clients?” x Anonymous Great question, Anonymous. Here’s how: You know the Golden Rule; we should do onto others as we would do onto ourselves. Here’s my advice. Don’t do it. Forget about…
  • Is Customer Experience the Top Digital Trend for 2015?

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    Mark Polly
    3 Mar 2015 | 12:08 pm
    If you listen to over 6000 business professionals, the answer would be YES!  Econsultancy, in association with Adobe has produced a Digital Trends report every year for the last several years. This year’s report, Digital Trends 2015, says Customer Experience is the top, single most exciting opportunity in the digital marketing world.  22% of the survey respondents said that Customer Experience is their top opportunity while Content Marketing came in second at 15%.  Here is an infographic from Adobe’s Digital Marketing blog highlighting the trends. When I looked back over…
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    Cisco Blog » Collaboration

  • Project Squared: You Asked, We Listened

    Jonathan Rosenberg
    2 Mar 2015 | 6:30 am
    When we launched Project Squared in November of 2014, one of the things that was really important to us was to listen to our customers, and to use the things we heard to adjust the experience. We established several “listening posts” – ways for us to get feedback. Analytics and metrics were one way. Another way was a feedback capability right within the application. We encouraged our users to use the feedback feature to report problems, but to also make feature requests or [...]
  • The Steely Dan Contact Center: When “Do It Again” Isn’t a Hit

    Zack Taylor
    24 Feb 2015 | 11:21 am
    In 1973, the group Steely Dan burst onto the music scene with two hits from their first album “Can’t Buy A Thrill.” Setting the standard for obscure lyrical references, a loyal following for the band endures even in 2015. One of the hits, Do It Again raced up the charts as a pop-music rarity – a hit song in a minor key. Most Steely Dan fans have concluded that it’s about a gambler that must return to the tables. For a vintage [...]
  • Prove Your Collaboration Expertise with Cisco Certifications

    Tejas R Vashi
    17 Feb 2015 | 7:30 am
    The way we work – and where we work – has changed immensely in the past decade alone. That transformation will continue with the ongoing proliferation of communications devices. According to Gartner, an estimated 40% of the workforce will be mobile by 2016 . In addition, more organizations have employees in different buildings, cities, states, and even countries. Collaboration is critical to business success and innovation, but the changes in the workplace require new ways to collaborate. No longer can you rely on being able to huddle at the [...]
  • Simplifying Midsize Collaboration Deployments

    Andy Johnston
    11 Feb 2015 | 7:10 am
    In my last post I talked about the impact that low-effort experiences can have on customer satisfaction.  I singled out my home broadband provider for criticism, and so thought it only fair that I talk about a recent great experience I had with them. Last month, my provider sent an email telling me that they’d proactively upgraded my home broadband service to 50Mbps.  All I had to do was replace my old cable modem/router.  The process couldn’t have been simpler.   The [...]
  • Back to the Future in 2015: Marty McFly’s Contact Center

    Peter Milligan
    9 Feb 2015 | 6:35 am
    In the 1989 movie Back to the Future II , Michael J. Fox’s character Marty McFly travels to the year 2015. He sees a future with hover boards, holograms, flat-screen TVs, and video calls. Not bad for predictions made over 25 years ago! But the movie didn’t give us a glimpse of what a contact center might look like in 2015. Based on the trends over the last year, let’s consider what Marty may have seen had he traveled to a contact center in 2015 instead of [...]
 
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    The Fast Track

  • How to Fight Perfectionism and Call a Project Complete

    Alison Green
    3 Mar 2015 | 5:00 am
    If you agonize over details and find it hard to ever call a project complete, you’re probably suffering from acute perfectionism. If you miss deadlines or neglect other work because you’re spending... Get the whole story and more on The Fast Track
  • How to Fix the Biggest Mistakes in Change Management

    Anita Bruzzese
    2 Mar 2015 | 5:00 am
    Organizations often dedicate a lot of money and resources to change management, yet research shows the efforts often aren’t successful. Understanding why it happens and how to improve can lead to... Get the whole story and more on The Fast Track
  • Squirrel! 5 Fast Fixes for Handling Distractibility at Work

    Michelle Weidner
    27 Feb 2015 | 5:00 am
    It’s one of those days. You’re sitting at your desk and staring at the computer, but you’re not thinking about work. In fact, you’re thinking about everything else but work.... Get the whole story and more on The Fast Track
  • Is Everything a Crisis? How to Get Out of Fire-Fighting Mode

    Alison Green
    26 Feb 2015 | 5:00 am
    Do you feel like you rush from urgent task to urgent task at work, constantly putting out fires and never having the chance to step back to focus on the big picture? If this sounds like you, you... Get the whole story and more on The Fast Track
  • This Leading Productivity Killer is Not What You’d Expect

    Alexandra Levit
    25 Feb 2015 | 5:00 am
    Overwork is creating a vicious cycle that results in net losses. During the recession of the late aughts, organizations laid off a ton of employees. Many of them didn’t replace these people, but the... Get the whole story and more on The Fast Track
 
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    Collaborative Journeys

  • Love Your Clients: Give Them What They Want

    Ben Ziegler
    12 Feb 2015 | 1:28 pm
    It’s “love” week. Valentines Day is this Saturday, February 14. Of course, the love we offer this week need not be reserved for our partner-in-life or partner-of-the-moment. Why not extend it to your clients, in the workplace? If I were a syndicated advice columnist, Dr. Love, here is how I would respond to this readers’ question: “Dr. Love: How can I show my love for the people I serve, my clients?” x Anonymous Great question, Anonymous. Here’s how: You know the Golden Rule; we should do onto others as we would do onto ourselves. Here’s my advice. Don’t do it. Forget about…
  • The Three Sisters Approach to Managing Conflict in the Organization

    Ben Ziegler
    5 Feb 2015 | 12:09 pm
    We need to learn more of the old ways, and adapt them to today’s situations. Where I live, the oldest ways are of Aboriginal, Indigenous, Native origin. In Master chef and educator Dan Barber’s agitating book, The Third Plate: Field Notes on the Future of Food, he pays respect to the Iroquois’ Three Sisters Strategy, a farming strategy that shouted out to me… “Here is a guide, Ben, to managing conflict in the workplace and organization.” Thank you associative mind. The Three Sisters Strategy “Iroquois planted most of their corn – alongside dry beans and squash, a…
  • In Which Corner(s) is Your Conflict?

    Ben Ziegler
    13 Jan 2015 | 12:25 pm
    When in conflict, the source of the conflict can be confusing, never mind the way out!  Ken Wilbur’s Integral Vision is a handy, big picture, framework that can be applied to conflict management: Wilbur’s model is not dedicated to conflict. It applies to everything, literally, as I discovered in his A Theory of Everything.  Each quadrant provides a context for understanding and growth. (A big shout out to Michael Shoop. Michael’s consulting work is firmly rooted in the Integral approach. Our conversation at a recent Victoria Mediator’s Lounge prompted me to expand my own…
  • Finding the One-In-The-Many in 2015

    Ben Ziegler
    30 Dec 2014 | 5:37 pm
    ‘Tis the season for family and friends, reflections on times past, and those still to come. New beginnings. One fond remembrance I have of Christmas past, time spent with my kids when they were small, was searching for Waldo. The Where’s Waldo? books (Where’s Wally? in the UK) placed Waldo in a very crowded scene, of Waldo look-a-likes (almost!);  the One-In-The-Many. Together, after much mirth, we’d find Waldo. It was pretty much guaranteed that I’d be the last to spot Waldo. Oh, to have the eyes of a child. In our work (parenting included), the One-In-The-Many is an in,…
  • The book on Conflict Mastery

    Ben Ziegler
    15 Dec 2014 | 12:18 pm
    “You make me angry.” “Don’t get your noise out of joint.” “Settle down.” “Just ‘cause I said it, don’t mean that I meant it.” We use scores of phrases like these when involved in interpersonal conflict. If not spoken out loud, we speak them inside our head. Needless to say, our conflict directives rarely end the conflict. A better way is Conflict Mastery. Conflict Mastery: The book Here’s the deal. If you’re curious about the words of conflict, common phrases and metaphors we (society on whole) have internalized, Cinnie Noble’s latest book, Conflict Mastery:…
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    Perficient Digital Transformation Blog

  • Is Customer Experience the Top Digital Trend for 2015?

    Mark Polly
    3 Mar 2015 | 12:08 pm
    If you listen to over 6000 business professionals, the answer would be YES!  Econsultancy, in association with Adobe has produced a Digital Trends report every year for the last several years. This year’s report, Digital Trends 2015, says Customer Experience is the top, single most exciting opportunity in the digital marketing world.  22% of the survey respondents said that Customer Experience is their top opportunity while Content Marketing came in second at 15%.  Here is an infographic from Adobe’s Digital Marketing blog highlighting the trends. When I looked back over…
  • Why “visitor to lead management” is so important

    Mark Polly
    25 Feb 2015 | 9:34 am
    Back in the old days (like 2005!), to find information about a product, people contacted a salesperson, visited a retail location,  or waited for the company to advertise or email information out.  Things have changed dramatically since then.  A recent CMS Report story, What is Visitor to Lead Management, cited the statistic that 74% of buying decisions are made in advance of the first sales call. Customers are getting the answers they need way beyond them ever contacting your salespeople.  That is astonishing. So where do these customers get information from to make their buying…
  • The Digital Business Landscape circa 2015

    Mark Polly
    23 Feb 2015 | 7:30 am
    When you start to think about what it takes to be a digital business today, you may think that you have to be doing some form of e-commerce. Or, you may come up with the idea that you need to focus on improving your customer’s digital experience. It turns out that there are lots of elements of a digital business to which you should pay attention. Dion Hinchcliffe and Steven Mann at Adjuvi produced The Elements of Digital Business diagram shown here that provides a good overview of the many areas considered part of being a digital business. Of course, you don’t have to implement…
  • Quiznos Stops Using TV Ads to Focus on Digital Channel

    Michael Porter
    20 Feb 2015 | 6:48 am
    The whole concept of a digital transformation would predict a sharp decline in non-digital advertising budget as the digital channel becomes much more important.  I don’t have statistics but here’s anecdotal evidence.  Entrepeneur.com has an article about Quiznos new Ad strategy.  They are pulling TV ads entirely although they will keep print media ads. “Our advertising budget is kind of split between print media and digital, with a higher weight on digital advertising,” Tim Kraus, the director of interactive and innovation at Quiznos, told Entrepreneur.
  • Understanding How Business Customers Buy

    Michael Porter
    19 Feb 2015 | 6:46 am
    Mckinsey has a great research article that fits digital transformation to a “T.” It’s titled, “Do You Really Understand How Your Business Customers Buy?” It’s long enough that I cannot do it justice in my brief synopsis and a highlight of key points so go read it. Here’s the key: how businesses buy complex items, software, and services is becoming more consumer-like. That doesn’t mean businesses do less research or have less process. It means they will buy in a new manner with a lot of research done in their way and not according to your sales…
 
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  • Joining the Customer Journey Using Online Communities

    Vanessa DiMauro
    25 Feb 2015 | 12:43 pm
    Every marketer from Boston to Bejing seems to be focused on something called the “customer journey.” A Google search on this two-word phrase returns over 627,000 results. It’s one of those “Eureka!” moments – organizations realize buyers start researching a firm’s products and services long before they reach the point of purchase. These firms are now scrambling to find and engage with those customers while they are still on the move and before they arrive at a sales destination decision. But I gotta tell you, this is not news to those of us in the online community world. In…
  • An Interview With Rahul Sachdev, CEO of Get Satisfaction

    Vanessa DiMauro
    7 Feb 2015 | 7:17 pm
    As part of our ongoing interview series,  I had a chance to speak with Rahul Sachdev, CEO of Get Satisfaction, about his role, and vision of the future of online communities. He also shared some examples of exciting communities and what they can accomplish when customers and companies work together to solve problems and innovate. Here’s what he had to say… Vanessa:  Can you tell me about your background? Rahul:  I joined Get Satisfaction as CEO in February 2014 but I took an interesting path to get here. At heart, I am a technology guy who loves entrepreneurial environments and…
  • Community Manager Appreciation Day 2015: Looking Ahead and Back

    Vanessa DiMauro
    24 Jan 2015 | 8:30 am
    It’s that #CMAD time of year again: Hooray for community managers! Let’s celebrate those digital leaders for their tireless, selfless, thoughtful work which creates, sustains and expands online communities around the world. As anyone who has ever taken on the role can tell you, the online community manager’s job is one of the most demanding and most misunderstood in the knowledge work world. You can see for yourself by doing a job search on “online community manager.” The variety of tasks, responsibilities, requirements, skill sets and educational attainments…
  • How to Build the Online Community that Builds Trust

    Vanessa DiMauro
    15 Jan 2015 | 6:52 am
    Recently, I had the honor of being interviewed by Barry Feldman about online communities and how they can be a powerful trust-building vehicle when they are done well – which ain’t always easy to do.  An expert interviewer, Barry is able to pull great ideas out of his victims  interviewees to make for an informative and (entertaining) content.  I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed being interviewed! This article originally appeared on KISSMetrics blog. ___________________________________________________________________ Want to build an online community? When you…
  • Building the Business Case for Community

    Vanessa DiMauro
    17 Nov 2014 | 7:30 pm
    In every corner of an organization, the idea of having an online community is brought up. But often, the idea remains just that – an idea – because starting the journey seems daunting. How should we begin to build the business case for it? How can we translate the hard-to-explain-and-grasp benefits of community into a comprehensive and convincing plan? What lessons can be learned from others who have succeeded? How can we report the value in business terms? Your business case process is not simply a way to get approval for your community project. When well done, it is the outline for an…
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  • Virtual Office Benefits

    JellVideo
    19 Feb 2015 | 8:33 am
     Why You Need Your Own Virtual Office 38 percent of companies expect to stop providing devices to workers by 2016, according to a global survey of CIOs by Gartner, Inc.’s Executive Programs Regardless of whether you are a solo professional or are employed by a large organization, the complexity surrounding how, when, and where you practice your trade is blurring. Increasingly, companies are reluctant to provide knowledge based staff with a fixed desk or office, or as Gartner points out, even with a computer or mobile device. Companies are now focusing their staff’s attention on…
  • Scheduling a Video Chat With Joseph Karwat

    JellVideo
    16 Sep 2014 | 3:31 pm
        You can reach me via video chat by following these instructions: You will need a free JustKnock account.  See www.jellnet.com/JustKnock for registration information.  But basically you’ll need a webcam equipped computing device running Chrome, FireFox or Opera. I maintain virtual office hours Monday thru Thursday from 10am to 3pm PST (San Francisco).  Just knock on my virtual door (www.JustKnock.net/jk) anytime during those hours.  I’ll be happy to discuss any topic you feel is relevant.  Please make sure you are clearly visible in the video frame. Note: When…
  • The webRTC Tsunami is Coming

    JellVideo
    11 Dec 2013 | 1:35 pm
    Within the next 18 months four major  tech industry innovations will converge to create a massive tsunami that will engulf traditional forms of real-time video communications.  This webRTC tsunami will reshape the telecommunications industry.  Firms that resist or fall off the wave will find it difficult to survive.   New firms that learn how to ride the wave will succeed and reap massive rewards.  The convergence of: webRTC’s adoption by Microsoft (Internet Explorer) and Apple (Safari, IOS) in addition to existing adopters Google (Chrome), Mozilla (FireFox) and Opera will firmly…
  • Yahoo’s Brain Freeze

    jellwpadmin
    22 Nov 2013 | 8:26 am
    Will Yahoo go the way of MySpace.com I’m a big fan of Yahoo’s CEO Marissa Mayer. By all accounts her patient and thoughtful approach to turning around Yahoo has been stellar. So it’s really difficult to make sense of her recent edict banning Yahoo employees from working at home. The ban is really old school. It also shows that her faith in Yahoo’s staff has been shattered. But what is most troubling, is what the ban says about Yahoo and Ms. Mayer’s ability to manage a knowledge based workforce. Google would have recognized this as an opportunity to create a new…
  • Jell Networks to Distribute SoliCall Pro Software

    jellwpadmin
    22 Nov 2013 | 8:25 am
    Press Release For immediate release:  San Francisco, California/Tel Mond, Israel-  Wednesday, January 2, 2013 Media Contacts: Moses Benjamin Director of Marketing SoliCall www.solicall.com Joseph Karwat CEO Jell Networks LLC. 415-462-0263 jkarwat@jellnet.com www.jellnet.com Jell Networks to Distribute SoliCall Pro Software —Solution Improves Hands-Free Desktop Video Collaboration Audio Quality Business professionals across the spectrum are dramatically increasing their use of desktop video conferencing to maximize productivity.  However, due to the wide range of devices…
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  • Gunman Me

    lori
    11 Feb 2015 | 6:38 pm
    flash poetry for Sabina Giado   She showed up in my feed after the shooting saying the wisest of things: “We all really need to examine ourselves and think about what separates us from these gunmen. Patience. Compassion. Humility. Humanity. Will we give those values up when pushed? Food 4 thought.” Excellent food for thought like somebody mixed kale and chocolate chip cookies performed a miracle made a good meal. First my brain threw forth a word: poverty! I argued with myself: but that can imply a lack of money, which doesn’t feel like the true difference to me, most of the kind…
  • Voice of a Leader

    lori
    11 Feb 2015 | 1:23 pm
    a little flash poetry for Jeffrey David Zacko-Smith   And when discussing qualities of effective leaders So many people list communication balance being authentic walking your talk many people And So many others. It just gets confusing to someone someone to me. How do I become a leader when all I hear is voices? How do I silence the many voices and find my own?
  • From the Women Who Called Forth the Muse

    lori
    8 Feb 2015 | 4:18 pm
    a little flash poetry, for Steph Kent Amidst yet another abstract conversation among the wisest of men Steph showed up fully asking: I’d be interested, if you’re game to share, what you found after the failure of forgiveness? Oh! lovely witness question muse you Thank you for asking. I said Hmm I felt emptiness letting go lightness: a weight lifted, gravity shifted rest peace quiet getting to know a new me new eyes toddling about on small shaky feet then new stories new energy, new power. I became a mermaid, then a dragon. much unexpectedly later one day sipping peppermint tea in…
  • Hearth Fire

    lori
    25 Jan 2015 | 2:17 pm
    mom I love the way you love warm folding of laundry soft fuzzy robes drying dishes, the game of where to put them you rubbing my hands and feet always present for me here beyond memory so let synapses misfire let brains tinder the fire of smiling hearts I thought Alzheimer’s was a fire burning away at us until a predilection to leave the essential untouched became infinitely obvious burning away instead the noisy distance that too-busy charade our frustration, guilt, shame, regret, fear, anger, contempt even sorrow mine yours ours until they fade into background: dust bunnies ember…
  • Family Drift

    lori
    21 Jan 2015 | 2:47 pm
    1. The Question  Why do you feel the need to make the rift in our family all about your mom’s disease? You know too well that’s not the case at all. damn good question thanks for asking 2. The Life Raft   for 35 years I experienced our family as 98% love 2% occasional mild grouchiness nobody’s perfect, yet you guys are to me for the next 9 years, every day I listened, watched, did battle as ALZ hacked away at mom and dad both I learned to accept powerlessness against it that everything we’ve tried to help, will ever try, is shit window dressing arranging knickknacks, dusting…
 
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  • Firefox is speeding up video

    notism
    6 Feb 2015 | 6:53 am
    Tweet Mozilla decided to support the mp4 video format. Therefore you can enjoy a much much much much faster video conversion. The post Firefox is speeding up video appeared first on Notism - Share, collaborate and sign-off design & video work.
  • Show or hide the status bar

    notism
    6 Feb 2015 | 6:50 am
    Tweet You requested it – we respond. Within mobile projects you can now deactivate the device status bar within project settings for all those of you who prefer uploading mobile screens with existing status bars. The post Show or hide the status bar appeared first on Notism - Share, collaborate and sign-off design & video work.
  • Retina support now available

    notism
    6 Feb 2015 | 6:47 am
    Tweet Since the last update we do support displaying retina images the correct way. You can either switch the project type within an existing project to display retina images correctly or choose this type when adding and opening a new project. Until we offer a zoom function you can also switch to retina mode for a -50% zoom factor on your existing images. The post Retina support now available appeared first on Notism - Share, collaborate and sign-off design & video work.
  • Present design & video work in real-time

    notism
    10 Jan 2015 | 1:06 pm
    TweetHow often have you been presenting design work? We usually present our work almost on a daily basis. We present in front of our colleagues our clients or any other stakeholders involved in the creative process. That’s why we came up with the idea to integrate a presentation mode right into Notism. Present design & video work in real-time With the presentation mode you can from now on present projects in real-time. All participants of the presentation will see exactly what you are up to in your project and have a mirrored view of your project: see your cursor movements and your…
  • Live cursors now available

    notism
    28 Sep 2014 | 9:34 am
    TweetRight in time for autumn (well at least in the Northern Hemisphere) we have another update for you. Right in the toolbar of the editor you’ll see who’s working on the project right now. Use the option “Show live cursors” to see the cursor movements of all people online in real time. This feature automatically activates itself once there is more than one person working on a project at the same time. Use the people icon to show/hide the cursor movements of your online collaborators. Click on the name of a collaborator and you’ll be taken to the page he or she…
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  • Open Office vs. Closed Office Debate

    Brittany Valente
    13 Feb 2015 | 8:15 am
    The trends are screaming that open offices are in and cubicles are out. The reasoning is to improve collaboration but how about productivity? January’s Work Design TALK at our Tysons Corner location brought together some of the design industry’s top professionals. They were asked what they love and hate about open office spaces vs. closed office spaces. If you still don’t know what you think about it, this quick debate will surely confuse you more. Hosted by: Work Design Magazine Videographer: Jason Cheung of Lost Note Productions The post Open Office vs. Closed Office…
  • Are we living in the office?

    Brittany Valente
    2 Feb 2015 | 8:30 am
    Convene was excited to host one of Work Design Magazine‘s TALKS about residential design in late January. Expert panelists in the design industry focused on the convergence of residential design characteristics into the workplace and trying to understand a bit more about those gaps in the open-work environments. Opinions were also given on what aspects of residential design can help to improve office environments to make them more productive and more comfortable. The Panelists: Kamran Arshad, principal designer at Coalesse Ruth Jansson, principal and director of interiors at Leo A…
  • Optimize Your Experience with Corporate Event & Meeting Agencies

    Brittany Valente
    28 Jan 2015 | 9:40 am
    Ever wonder what your planning agency associate is really thinking? Earlier this month, Helms Briscoe and NYC &Co gathered at Convene’s Grand Central conference center for a panel discussion on “How Best to Work with Helms Briscoe.” The panelists featured at the event were a group of Helms Briscoe associates and each one gave the audience a chance to pick their brain on the planning process as well as what it’s like to work with clients. Key takeaways when working with a meeting planning agency: 1.   Be aware that the marketplace has turned into a seller’s market and is…
  • 2014 Year in Review

    Brittany Valente
    5 Jan 2015 | 6:34 am
    As a new year begins, we wanted to take a look back on the incredible year we have had as a company. Here’s a look at some of Convene’s successful accomplishments in 2014. The post 2014 Year in Review appeared first on Convene.
  • Top 3 New Year’s Resolutions in the Meetings and Events Industry

    Brittany Valente
    18 Dec 2014 | 12:24 pm
    Making a New Year’s resolution is a tradition in which a person makes a promise to themselves to improve something in the year ahead. We wanted to know what was important to meeting and event planners so we asked some industry professionals what their resolutions were for 2015. The top 3 answers by meeting and event industry professionals: to be more collaborative to embrace new event technology to have a better work/life balance Here’s what some of them said… David Adler @davidadler • CEO and Founder • BizBash “I learned from my friend Mary Boone that I need to…
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