Meeting and Event Pros Engage to Excel at MPI EdCon2014 on 11/20

Are you a meeting planner – or a meeting supplier – in the Chicago area who’s looking to learn, network and advance your business or career? Then, you won’t want to miss the Meeting Professionals International Chicago Area Chapter [MPI-CAC] annual educational conference, called EdCon, on November 20 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center [...]

By | November 5th, 2014|Conferences, Events|Comments Off on Meeting and Event Pros Engage to Excel at MPI EdCon2014 on 11/20

Summer Sunset Networking Social Event

Coming up: the last days of summer. I don't know about you, but even though the weather is still nice after Labor Day,  the summer season feels like it's over. So, it's time for one more summer social. And, if you're in the Chicago area, I'd love it if you could join DIF DuPage on Wednesday night.  RSVP via Eventbrite: [...]

By | August 29th, 2011|Events|Comments Off on Summer Sunset Networking Social Event

New Decade, New Digital Ideas

So, where is all this digital stuff going? Edelman's Digital team gives us a preview of their opinion of what's to come in their recently released white paper, Digital Visions: Ten Ideas for the New Decade. The bigger opportunity for clients, we believe, is to identify the global societal and technological trends that are reshaping [...]

By | January 21st, 2010|Marketing, PR|1 Comment

Content as Jewelry – Making it Sparkle

Confession: I love jewelry that sparkles - preferably a lot. To make stones sparkle, they have to be cut to catch light. To be attractive, they need to be shaped. To be displayed, they have to be set. Stones come in many colors, sizes, cuts and shapes. But, they all start out as a rough [...]

By | November 19th, 2009|Blogging, Marketing|Comments Off on Content as Jewelry – Making it Sparkle

Revealing Answers RE: Business, Technology, Communications for Women

What do women business owners really want to know about business, technology and communications? Listen in to a podcast and read twitter transcripts captured at a lively evening at the Apple Store. Thanks to Theresa Carter, founder of Chicago’s “The Local Tourist” and Blagica Bottigliero [don’t we look like a fun trio?] for letting me [...]

By | February 20th, 2009|Networking|1 Comment
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