• Event Preview: 2019 Global Meetings Industry Day Celebration

     
    POSTED March 21, 2019
     

Who: Hosted by MPISCC, SITE SoCal, PCMA Southwest & Pacific, and ILEA

For a full list of attendees, click here!

What: Global Meetings Industry Day (GMID) brings together leaders from across the event industry to showcase the positive impact that events have on our local communities. The evening will include games, prizes, live music, networking, drinks, bites and property tours.

Don’t miss the Senior Professional Masters Series: Data Driven Event Design, presented by Carl Winston and Tracy Judge from San Diego State University School of Hospitality. The session will focus on defining success by understanding what data planners need, what tools they need to capture it and how to leverage it to support event objectives.

Where: Rose Bowl Stadium: 1001 Rose Bowl Dr., Pasadena

Host to iconic events like the Rose Bowl Game, Super Bowl, World Cup Soccer and sold out concerts, the Rose Bowl Stadium field is as exclusive as it gets. Complimentary parking is available in Lot F – just enter the event through the main Gate A entrance.

When: Thursday, April 4; 2-7 p.m.

Why: Celebrate the importance of the meetings and events industry's contribution to the local economy and community.

Gain a sneak peek at educational content from the new Master’s Degree in Meeting and Event Management - the first graduate level degree for Event & Meeting Professionals. 

With a spate of large-scale LA events, including The Grammy Awards and the Critics Choice Awards, being canceled or postponed, there was growing concern that Los Angeles might bow out of hosting the Super Bowl. But city officials have announced that the game will almost certainly go on as planned at SoFi Stadium on February 13. 

 

According to Variety, the “buzziest” product of CES 2022 was Samsung’s Freestyle, a portable projector screen and smart speaker in one that weighs in at a compact 1.8 pounds. Just as buzz-worthy was the fact that the annual show once again took place in person, after last year’s virtual gathering. The world’s largest consumer electronics show was smaller than usual, drawing some 40,000 attendees to Las Vegas, according to the Consumer Technology Association, the event’s organizer.

 

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