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September 24, 2018
10:00AM-1:00PM

Joint Industry Event 2018

Planners Are From Mars, Suppliers Are From Venice

Hilton Columbus at Easton

 

Crystal Washington

Technology and the changing face of the events industry have shifted the roles of planners and suppliers. Planners are strapped for time; meanwhile, suppliers experiencing increased sales goals face the challenge of being heard in an ever-increasing pool of marketing noise. In this interactive session attendees will work in teams to discover the most effective methods for creating win-win interactions.

To register for the event,  please select this link.

From this session, planners and suppliers alike will learn:

Objectives:

  • Planners will discover how to efficiently route and organize supplier information in a way that frees up more time
  • Suppliers will uncover the top three challenges facing planners when it comes to interacting with suppliers and how to overcome them
  • Planners will gain three tips for leveraging supplier relationships
  • Both suppliers and planners will understand the three best technology tools for creating beneficial partnerships

Agenda:

  • 10:00 a.m. – Networking/Registration
  • 10:30 a.m. – Introductions and Sponsor Recognition
  • 10:45 a.m. – Crystal Washington and Glen Guyton's Presentation
  • 12:00 p.m. – Lunch
  •   1:00 p.m. – Program Conclusion

New offering:

For those who would like to bring more guests and to promote their organization, MPI Ohio, OSAE and PCMA Ohio Chapter are offering a new benefit: the sponsored table option.

For the investment of $450, an organization can sponsor a table and receive nine (9) registrations and organizational promotion via a table stanchion. This offering serves as a strong statement about industry support and stewardship. For those interested in this option, please select "Sponsored table option" when registering. Additional details will be provided in the post-registration email. 

About our key speaker, Crystal Washington, Owner, CWM Enterprises:

As the CEO of CWM Enterprises, Crystal Washington works with organizations that want to leverage technology to increase profits and productivity.

Crystal is known as the “technology translator.” She takes complex social media, app, and web topics, and makes them easy to understand and accessible for everyday people. Crystal’s clients comprise Fortune 500 companies including Google, Microsoft and GE and, as a sought-after keynote speaker, she has entertained and educated audiences in North America, Africa and Europe.

As a recognized authority on practical technology, she has appeared in Entrepreneur, Bloomberg Businessweek and The Associated Press. She is regularly called on by major television networks as a tech expert, and she is the past weekly technology guest on Houston’s FOX television affiliate.

Crystal is the author of the books: One Tech Action: An Efficiency Guide for Busy Non-techie Professionals to get More Done, Build Better Relationships, and Enjoy More Free Time and The Social Media Why: A Busy Professional’s Practical Guide to Using Social Media Including LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, Google+ and Blogs for Business.

Members of the Ohio Society of Association Executives (OSAE), Meeting Professionals International (MPI) Ohio Chapter and Professional Convention Management Association (PCMA) are encouraged to attend for the rate of $45; non-members may attend for $65 and students can attend for $10. 

Registration Fees:

Sponsored Table Option: $450, includes nine (9) registrations and organization promotion
Members: $45

Non-members: $65
Student members: $10 (MPIOH and PCMA)

This program qualifies for 1.25 hours of CEUs.

Last year’s joint event sold out – register today to guarantee your spot!

Looking to do something good with those extra toiletries from your travels? Bring them to the joint industry event! Last year, the PCMA POWER Chapter delivered almost 1,000 packages of essentials to the parent resource centers located throughout Nationwide Children’s Hospital. We know with your help we can grow this number! 

Three ways you can help:

  1. Donate cases of unopened and unused toiletries. We can pick up from you! Our current critical need items are: travel size shampoo, conditioner and body wash. Other Items: shower caps, body wash, lotion and toothpaste.
  2. Help fill bags with toiletries. We will be set up in the lobby once again and appreciate the help placing the toiletries into Ziploc bags.
  3. Monetary donations can be made and will go toward purchasing cases of product.

Please contact Power Chapter Community Service Chair Dianne Killian to volunteer or donate! 

**There is a group rate for those that may want to stay at the Hilton Columbus at Easton on Sept. 23. The rate is $159 plus applicable taxes. Please use the code MPI. **

Special thanks to our sponsors:

Experience Columbus

 

Lake Erie Shores & Islands

 and

Hilton Easton 

Consent to use of photographic images: Registration and attendance at or participation in OSAE meetings and other activities constitutes an agreement by the registrant to OSAE’s use and distribution (both now and in the future) of the registrant or attendee’s image in photographs, videotapes, and electronic reproduction of such events and activities.

All cancellations received by Sept. 14, 2018 will be honored with a full refund. A 60 percent surcharge will be retained for cancellations received Sept. 15 thru Sep. 19. No credits or refunds will be issued after Sept. 19. NO SHOWS WILL BE BILLED.

 

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2018-09-24 10:00:00 2018-09-24 13:00:00 America/Detroit Joint Industry Event 2018   Technology and the changing face of the events industry have shifted the roles of planners and suppliers. Planners are strapped for time; meanwhile, suppliers experiencing increased sales goals face the challenge of being heard in an ever-increasing pool of marketing noise. In this interactive session attendees will work in teams to discover the most effective methods for creating win-win interactions. To register for the event,  please select this link. From this session, planners and suppliers alike will learn: Objectives: Planners will discover how to efficiently route and organize supplier information in a way that frees up more time Suppliers will uncover the top three challenges facing planners when it comes to interacting with suppliers and how to overcome them Planners will gain three tips for leveraging supplier relationships Both suppliers and planners will understand the three best technology tools for creating beneficial partnerships Agenda: 10:00 a.m. – Networking/Registration 10:30 a.m. – Introductions and Sponsor Recognition 10:45 a.m. – Crystal Washington and Glen Guyton's Presentation 12:00 p.m. – Lunch   1:00 p.m. – Program Conclusion New offering: For those who would like to bring more guests and to promote their organization, MPI Ohio, OSAE and PCMA Ohio Chapter are offering a new benefit: the sponsored table option. For the investment of $450, an organization can sponsor a table and receive nine (9) registrations and organizational promotion via a table stanchion. This offering serves as a strong statement about industry support and stewardship. For those interested in this option, please select "Sponsored table option" when registering. Additional details will be provided in the post-registration email.  About our key speaker, Crystal Washington, Owner, CWM Enterprises: As the CEO of CWM Enterprises, Crystal Washington works with organizations that want to leverage technology to increase profits and productivity. Crystal is known as the “technology translator.” She takes complex social media, app, and web topics, and makes them easy to understand and accessible for everyday people. Crystal’s clients comprise Fortune 500 companies including Google, Microsoft and GE and, as a sought-after keynote speaker, she has entertained and educated audiences in North America, Africa and Europe. As a recognized authority on practical technology, she has appeared in Entrepreneur, Bloomberg Businessweek and The Associated Press. She is regularly called on by major television networks as a tech expert, and she is the past weekly technology guest on Houston’s FOX television affiliate. Crystal is the author of the books: One Tech Action: An Efficiency Guide for Busy Non-techie Professionals to get More Done, Build Better Relationships, and Enjoy More Free Time and The Social Media Why: A Busy Professional’s Practical Guide to Using Social Media Including LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, Google+ and Blogs for Business. Members of the Ohio Society of Association Executives (OSAE), Meeting Professionals International (MPI) Ohio Chapter and Professional Convention Management Association (PCMA) are encouraged to attend for the rate of $45; non-members may attend for $65 and students can attend for $10.  Registration Fees: Sponsored Table Option: $450, includes nine (9) registrations and organization promotionMembers: $45 Non-members: $65 Student members: $10 (MPIOH and PCMA) This program qualifies for 1.25 hours of CEUs. Last year’s joint event sold out – register today to guarantee your spot! Looking to do something good with those extra toiletries from your travels? Bring them to the joint industry event! Last year, the PCMA POWER Chapter delivered almost 1,000 packages of essentials to the parent resource centers located throughout Nationwide Children’s Hospital. We know with your help we can grow this number!  Three ways you can help: Donate cases of unopened and unused toiletries. We can pick up from you! Our current critical need items are: travel size shampoo, conditioner and body wash. Other Items: shower caps, body wash, lotion and toothpaste. Help fill bags with toiletries. We will be set up in the lobby once again and appreciate the help placing the toiletries into Ziploc bags. Monetary donations can be made and will go toward purchasing cases of product. Please contact Power Chapter Community Service Chair Dianne Killian to volunteer or donate!  **There is a group rate for those that may want to stay at the Hilton Columbus at Easton on Sept. 23. The rate is $159 plus applicable taxes. Please use the code MPI. ** Special thanks to our sponsors:    and   Consent to use of photographic images: Registration and attendance at or participation in OSAE meetings and other activities constitutes an agreement by the registrant to OSAE’s use and distribution (both now and in the future) of the registrant or attendee’s image in photographs, videotapes, and electronic reproduction of such events and activities. All cancellations received by Sept. 14, 2018 will be honored with a full refund. A 60 percent surcharge will be retained for cancellations received Sept. 15 thru Sep. 19. No credits or refunds will be issued after Sept. 19. NO SHOWS WILL BE BILLED.   Hilton Columbus at Easton