This couple brings 30 years of A/V knowledge to an industry that is evolving at sonic speed.
Around the globe, the experience economy is impacting how we shop, travel, work, and attend meetings and events.
How much is too much? At many meetings and events, frazzled and fractured attention spans are put in hyperdrive with a wall-to-wall, dawnto-dusk agenda.
“Things are so rushed in today’s world,” says Angela Coleman, manager of events and meetings for KPMG, LLC in Denver. “Everybody’s got to do five things at once. We’re learning quickly that it doesn’t always benefit our attendees or conferencegoers.”
Denver’s McNichols Civic Center Building was decked out Willy Wonka style on June 20, 2017, for the ninth annual International Live Events Association (ILEA) Denver Excellence Awards. Members and guests celebrated the accomplishments of their peers and enjoyed cocktails, dinner and dancing. A team of judges from the Chicago chapter of ILEA selected the winners.
For the past five years, Destination Colorado has been switching up its Customer Appreciation Event from golf to experiential. This year, partner suppliers helped host planners for a private dinner reception at Red Rocks Amphitheatre followed by a 1964 Beatles tribute band performance. Nostalgic costume items, a photo booth and a roped-off seating section at Red Rocks were part of the fun.
The venues are among the most magical places for groups to experience the western U.S. and Canada.
Home to Colorado’s largest natural body of water and the headwaters of the Colorado River, Grand County is brimming with beauty and opportunities.
These picturesque Colorado venues are located along lakes and rivers.
These neighboring destinations offer opportunities for meetings and events on both sides of a mountain pass.