• Event Snapshots: PAMPI After 5 Meeting

     
    POSTED June 4, 2015
     
  • Event Snapshots: PAMPI After 5 Meeting

     
    POSTED June 4, 2015
     
  • Event Snapshots: PAMPI After 5 Meeting

     
    POSTED June 4, 2015
     
  • Event Snapshots: PAMPI After 5 Meeting

     
    POSTED June 4, 2015
     
  • Event Snapshots: PAMPI After 5 Meeting

     
    POSTED June 4, 2015
     
  • Event Snapshots: PAMPI After 5 Meeting

     
    POSTED June 4, 2015
     
  • Event Snapshots: PAMPI After 5 Meeting

     
    POSTED June 4, 2015
     
  • Event Snapshots: PAMPI After 5 Meeting

     
    POSTED June 4, 2015
     
  • Event Snapshots: PAMPI After 5 Meeting

     
    POSTED June 4, 2015
     

The Philadelphia Area Chapter of Meeting Professionals International (PAMPI) held its monthly meeting on January 21 at the Courtyard Philadelphia South at The Navy Yard. There were a little over 90 people in attendance at this networking event, which invited industry executives to greet, meet and eat while making new friends.

The key to maximizing success (and limiting risk) is for marketers to better understand how their audiovisual team works. 

It is almost event day. You are excited, but you are also stressed.

You have spent the last few months preparing for your live stream: that big product launch, quarterly Town Hall, or video conference that your boss needs to go well. Your marketing and communications teams have been working hard, and everything appears ready.

 

Despite an overall crushing year for the hospitality industry in Pennsylvania, some seeds of hope have been planted and are finally sprouting in the form of new hotel openings. These new properties on the horizon have ample meeting and event space up for grabs, all within close proximity of each other. As capacities allowances increase, check out the new real estate for meetings and events at the following hotels.

 

Just like the rest of the world, the hospitality and travel industries slammed to a halt when the pandemic hit last March. Some sectors within them had built-in solutions to focus on, such as hotels limiting capacities and restaurants focusing on takeout and delivery. But for many businesses within the related meetings and events realm, there were no natural alternatives to turn to.