How are today's best meeting and event planners creating unique experiences and innovative programs? Take our survey and let us know!
Attention Meeting and Event Planners: As attendee expectations around meetings, conferences, and events evolve, how are you changing your business practices to meet these new challenges? Today we are releasing a survey to find out.
Skift seeks to discover what kind of innovations meeting planners are looking to integrate into their top business and brand experiences, and what the primary drivers are for selecting destinations, venues, and vendors, amongst other things. By taking our survey, you’ll be advising Skift directly on what the future of this sector looks like. Your opinion matters!
We promise the survey will only take 5 minutes of your time, and as a token of our appreciation, by filling out this survey you’ll have the chance to win free cupcakes for you and your team. Yeah, you read that right, FREE cupcakes! Read the full terms here: skift.com/meetingsweeps.
And if you haven’t already, now is the time to subscribe to Skift’s Meetings Innovation Report, our weekly newsletter focusing on the future of meetings, conferences and other events, and covers disruptive strategies to improve networking and knowledge sharing in the sector.
For any questions, email email@example.com. This survey will close on November 30th.
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