You've seen the Certified Meeting Professional (CMP) designation on business cards and in email signatures, but is earning your CMP certification worth it? If you are looking to earn more money, the answer is “yes.”
Located in the heart of Texas Hill Country overlooking Lake Travis, Travaasa Austin is a luxurious landscape for your next meeting or event. With 210 acres offering numerous opportunities for team-building, relaxation and meeting space, groups can find something new and exciting around every corner.
—1 shot Stoli Vanilla Vodka
—1 shot Godiva Chocolate Liqueur
—1 shot Somebody’s Mother’s Caramel Sauce
—1 dollop whipped cream
1. Swirl Somebody’s Mother’s Caramel Sauce around the inside rim of a martini glass.
2. Fill shaker with ice and mix ingredients.
3. Shake well and pour into the martini glass.
4. Top with a dollop of whipped cream.
Often, the key to the success of a live corporate event is choosing a great audio-visual partner. If you are looking to bring in an A/V partner, it is imperative to qualify the company since in large part you’re relying on them to make the meeting a success. Here are some of the most important questions to ask before you select an audio-visual provider.
TECHNOLOGY HAS BECOME AN INTEGRAL PART OF MEETINGS AND EVENTS, yet the landscape changes faster than most people can keep up. Here are a few things to consider in 2014:
Party like the '90s, drink like the '20s and live like it's 2015. Your clients will love you for it.
IN 2002, Cindy Lo founded the Austin-based meeting and event management firm, Red Velvet Events, a Global DMC partner. It was a long leap from where her career began.
WICHITA FALLS HAS BECOME a not-so-hidden gem. Just ask the editors of ConventionSouth magazine, a multimedia events resource, which included Wichita Falls in its 2014 South’s Surprising Recreational Havens for Groups compilation.
TEXAS IS HOME TO STUNNING EVENT SPACES and spacious meeting venues, but if you’d really like to wow attendees, consider exploring restaurants that serve a side of history, too. From vintage bowling alleys to army barracks, we know you’ll want to give these eateries a closer look.
He’s handsome, friendly and fit. But that’s not the only thing attracting hotel guests to this particular greeter. He’s furry, too.
Jack, an Australian Shepard that lives at Lone Star Court with General Manager Marcus Latner, spends his days greeting guests, supervising group activities, doing walkthroughs of the property and meeting with business associates.