• Snack Delivery Services Make Meetings Healthy

     
    POSTED June 18, 2015
     

Delivered snacks are a simple solution to time-crunched meetings. They are convenient, quick and allow everyone involved to continue working uninterrupted. The downfall? Delivery options are typically unhealthy, greasy and have the potential to hinder productivity, rather than jump-start it. That’s where these three companies come in. Snack Packers, simpaloSNACKS and Nourish Snacks allow planners to create snack boxes for meetings or events and then deliver those boxes right to the front door. Snacks range from salty to savory, spicy to sweet and include options such as nuts, dried fruit, popcorn and granola bars. All three companies allow planners to pack their own boxes, selecting snacks à la carte, so the possibilities are endless. 

 

Freelancing has become a new ball game since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, as many companies cannot afford to keep full-time positions, but still need those tasks completed. Although many more professionals have had to join the freelancing community since March, Tracy Judge had the passion for the freelancing community two years ago–long before the pandemic hit–and founded her company Soundings Connect in order to directly connect meetings and events industry freelancers with customers. 

 

The 18-story, 303-room Hyatt Regency Frisco-Dallas is now open for business. Located within Frisco’s Stonebriar Centre, the hotel includes a 27,500-square-foot conference center with Regency and Junior ballrooms and additional breakout spaces, most with floor-to-ceiling windows for natural light.

 

San Antonio-based 6Connex, a global leader of virtual environment solutions, which works primarily on virtual trade shows, has been busy lately. The company has seen its business of virtual events grow by 1,000%, and has been fielding requests from national sports leagues, large school districts and global corporations.