3 Things to Avoid When Producing Your Event Promo Video

Posted by Cece Salomon-Lee

We learned 3 major lessons from creating our first event promo video in house – the one for Lanyon Live 2016. We decided to write up those lessons (and the solutions we found most helpful), to hopefully help you create your own event video! Great event videos don’t just happen. It takes the work of brilliant planners – and a little elbow grease.


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Do You Pay Attention to Copyright Permissions? (You Should!)

Posted by Kevin Iwamoto on 11/05/2015

Not paying attention to copyright permissions for your event can lead to disastrous consequences. Are you doing your due diligence to ensure you and your event have all the necessary permissions to use everything from imagery to music?


AMEX Releases New Research on Global Meetings & Events

Posted by Kevin Iwamoto on 10/22/2015

American Express — which traditionally shares excellent global information — just released their latest study on global meetings and events in their 2016 Global Meetings & Events Forecast. Meeting and event planners and managers can use this information as a valuable tool in forecasting their business spend and budgets for 2016.


The impact of meetings and events by Anthony Miller

Posted by Anthony Miller on 09/29/2015

Last week, I was thrilled to be in San Francisco, attending one of the greatest conferences in the world.
This conference completely takes over the “The City by the Bay” — as people flock to hear the latest innovations from Salesforce and to enjoy everything that San Francisco has to offer. From the beautiful weather, the legendary cable cars, Alcatraz, Nob Hill, Coit Tower, Fisherman’s Wharf and more, attendees converged on the city’s hotels, restaurants, shops, museums, historic sites and other destinations.


Root Out “Rate Squatters” with Lanyon’s Reverse Audit Feature

Posted by Lanyon on 09/17/2015

Part of Lanyon’s Rate Integrity module, the reverse audit feature provides tools that allow both corporate travel buyers and hotels to search for rate squatters, identify offending properties, and open a dialogue with those properties to resolve compliance issues quickly and conveniently.


Registration is Now Open for Lanyon Live 2015!

Posted by Lanyon on 08/26/2015

We’re delighted to announce that registration for Lanyon Live 2015 is now open. Be our guest for “Three Days of Inspiration!” including informative, inspirational speeches from some of the industry's leading minds and most compelling personalities.


6 Best Practices for Cybersecurity

Posted by Kevin Iwamoto on 08/18/2015

If you’ve ever experienced ID theft, you totally understand and can empathize with other victims about what a frustrating and scary experience it is.


5 Tips on Becoming a Conference Superstar

Posted by Lanyon on 08/17/2015

It’s conference season again — and the internet is aflutter with tips and hacks for getting the most for your time (and the company’s money) at the next event.


7 Ways to Keep Your Event Attendees Safe — Practicing Good Risk Management

Posted by Kevin Iwamoto on 08/13/2015

I had a fantastic time at Meeting Professionals International’s World Education Conference (MPI WEC) in San Francisco last week! It was great to connect with colleagues and get up to speed on the latest meeting planning and management trends.

Amid the conference buzz, I heard a lot of concern about ensuring the safety of employees at company meetings. That got me thinking about ways meeting planners can practice good risk management. After all, as much as we’d like to think that our meetings will go off without a hitch, all kinds of things can — and do — go wrong.


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