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IACC Sweden

C:18

19331 SIGTUNA
Sweden
https://www.iacconline.org/

IACC is a global community of passionate people and companies delivering innovative and exceptional meeting experiences.

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  • Eat, Drink and Succeed. Seven tips to make your meetings more engaging

    As the White House Director of Events during the Clinton Administration, IACC keynote speaker Laura Schwartz created events that represented a nation and inspired the world. Today, as a professional speaker, respected television commentator and author of Eat, Drink & Succeed, Laura shares the secrets to building powerful, effective connections within companies, communities and events.

    Having created more than 1,000 White House events, including 12 State arrival ceremonies and dinners, America's Millennium Celebration and NATO's 50th Anniversary, Laura knows something about creating an impact. In a recent interview with IACC, she stressed that close cooperation between a venue operator and meeting planner is essential for every successful meeting or event.

    Read the article:

    http://www.iacconline.org/iacc-blog/eat-drink-and-...

  • Five reasons professional development should be part of your company culture

    There’s far more to meeting room design than beanbags and flipcharts. If you want to run a successful and effective meeting, a creatively designed meeting space is key. Meeting room layouts need to spark creativity and inspire attendees. In fact, 77% of venues now offer creative meetings spaces to assist with experience creation. We’ve put together a list of our top ten meeting room layouts that will engage your delegates and fuel their imagination.

    Learn how to plan a meeting successfully and create the wow factor.

    Read the article:

    http://www.iacconline.org/iacc-blog/9-unique-meeti...

  • Top 6 meeting planner mistakes and how to avoid them

    Planning a meeting, conference or company event can often be full of starts and stops and not always moving in the same direction. The focus, size or even location of the event can change, and the meeting planner may not have insight into the overall goals of the client or group for whom the training or conference is being planned. Yet, nailing down as many of these details as far in advance as possible can be the key to a successful meeting.

    Both experienced professional meeting planners and those tasked with planning a meeting for the first time can run into unexpected hiccups when planning events. IACC member venue managers have seen it all. They have shared some of the most common mistakes they see meeting planners make when selecting a venue, negotiating the terms and preparing for the event. Learn what they have to say and get their advice for how to avoid these common problems.

    Read the article:

    http://www.iacconline.org/iacc-blog/top-6-meeting-...