Megan Buzzetta is no stranger to the meetings and events industry. She started her company Global Planners, Inc. in 2000 and now has grown to 30 employees. Global Planners specializes in full-service and ancillary corporate meeting and conference planning services, but when the economy collapsed in 2010 it was Buzz Registration, a slice of the business, that kept them afloat.
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This small town and its surrounding South Jersey area have it all.
MPI WEC’s Atlantic City arrival began with a bang at the Opening Night Celebration on the sand. It was a beach party to remember (the flip-flops at the entrance were a definite hit with the heel-wearing female attendees!) A few nights later, Train’s concert at WAV Nightclub was a hit.
The design of this table was inspired by the bold colors, geometric patterns, curvilinear lines, organic elements and casual atmosphere indicative of contemporary deco style.
Bucket & Bay Gelato Co. is in the business of providing treats for everyone. Its team of Scoopistas explains how the gelato is made and offers samples so each customer is able to have the best and most delicious gelato experience. But this shop is more than just an afternoon trip to treat yourself. “Our open space changes and you can always see what’s going on. Each visit can be different,” says Boris Kavlakov, who owns the company with his wife, Jen.
Playing to the business crowd
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Meetings just got a little sweeter with artisan chocolates from Chocodiem. Founded in 2012 in Clinton, the Belgian father-daughter duo Jean-Paul and Eveline Hepp began handcrafting truffles, pralines and more. Pharmacistturned- chocolatier Jean-Paul aims to create authentic creations with personal touches. “For weddings, events and conferences, I sit down with each client and really get to know them,” says Jean-Paul.
When traveling for business, bringing guests into town or simply wanting a change of scenery, a hotel is a great place to hold a meeting. Then comes the daunting task of booking hotel rooms, but here are a few tips to make it easier.
Plan ahead and have flexible dates
Hotels have a fixed inventory, and rooms can sell quickly depending on the time of year and events happening in the area. The sooner you can plan your meeting, the more options you will have.
From the White House to Atlantic City, chef Thaddeus DuBois always delights with his creations.