INSIDER SERIES | Dahlia El Gazzar, The Meeting Pool

By Connect Staff, August 4, 2014

Dahlia El Gazzar, founder of The Meeting Pool, is an advocate for implementing technology into events, and she talks about how meeting planners are taking their events to a new level of engagement and interaction using new tech tools that help throughout the entire planning process. “Excel doesn’t cut it anymore,” she says. “I think it is awesome that our event planners are looking at mainstream platforms to help them be more productive.”

Sponsored by the Paradise Coast of Naples, Marco Island and the Everglades

(Visited 50 times, 1 visits today)

A successful meeting planner presents a self-care guide that calls for plenty of “you” time.

Adding to your rotation of industry podcasts could take your business to the next level.

The golden formula for all meetings, incentives and event professionals is as simple as SOUP.

Spa isn’t only for incentives anymore—and it doesn’t have to break the budget, either.

Here are four ways to incorporate mindfulness into meetings.

Here are the latest trends to help you combat stress during your workday

Fritz Smith, Central Pennsylvania CVB's newly-appointed executive director, is a true reflection of a hospitality expert and son of the Keystone State.

Here are our picks for Florida’s best accommodations for meetings, conferences, conventions and retreats.

The best social media practices for meeting planners to engage your event attendees from start to finish

Connect Diversity inspired event planners and suppliers to continue business as usual, but with an emphasis on inclusion.

These neighborhoods are changing Chicago’s meetings landscape.

These three new trends will change event tech going forward.

The Latest