Join us as we talk about why wellbeing has become such a hot topic as we come back from the pandemic, the hottest wellbeing related topic Maritz Global Events is seeing right now, how wellbeing and event food and beverage are connected and how it can all be used to improve events.
You could say they put their money where their mouth is. Quite literally in fact! They are passionate about food in our industry, particularly about health and wellbeing.
Tracy shares what she saw and heard about food and beverage during the PCMA Convening Leaders 2022 convention in Las Vegas.
Joan Eisenstodt, respected industry veteran, talks with Tracy about event hotel food and beverage contracts – what’s new and what’s changed.
Food is more than “lunchtime.” It’s an integral part of the experience. Learn how Bonni Scepkowski designs stellar meeting menus to reflect audience demographics, company culture, and the vibe of the program.
Learn how MGM Resorts and the Events Industry Council are working together to advance sustainability practices within events.
Jennifer Johnson shares how to plans event menus for guests dietary needs, including her own Autoimmune Disease and gluten intolerance.
In the age of COVID-19, meeting planners and suppliers are charged with establishing extra safeguards to keep participants, sponsors and their companies and safe and healthy. Food and beverage safety is among those extra precautions.
How to Make it Easier for Those with Dietary Needs to Eat Safely & Feel Included As we (i.e., me and my U.S.-based readers) celebrated 242 years our country’s independence this week, I got to thinking about the words independence and freedom, how they relate to food and beverage, and what I do to promote safe and inclusive food environments. By Merriam-Webster’s definition, independence, in the simplest of terms, is “the quality or state of not being under the control of, reliant on, or connected with someone or something else.” And the definition of freedom is “the absence of necessity, coercion, or constraint in choice…
With more and more states legalizing marijuana, your next event might be held in a state where it’s legal—and if that’s the case, you better believe that some event attendees will want to get high. There’s a lot to learn about the topic before allowing cannabis at your event, but I’ve compiled the basics to get you started. [list icon=”icon: check-square-o” icon_color=”#d81c5c”] As of January (when Vermont signed on), recreational marijuana use is legal in nine states: Alaska, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Nevada, Oregon, Vermont, and Washington. In Vermont and the District of Columbia, it’s legal but, you can’t buy…