EventCamp, Events Industry

Four Videos That Will Advance Your Career as an Event Professional

The events industry is always changing, and event professionals need to know the latest trends, tips, and techniques to be competitive. In fact, our customers told us in our Event Professionals Career Survey that one of the top five resources they need is more training. 

That’s one of the reasons we hold our annual EventCamp conference for sales and events professionals. Our EventCamp conference on  April 28 in New York City will bring together industry leaders and subject matter experts to share best practices and insider tips to elevate the work and careers of event professionals.

Career-related sessions at EventCamp this year include How to Be a Happier, More Productive Event Manager with Michelle O’Hala, Director, Restaurant Group Sales/Entertainment & Cabana Sales for the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas and panels on Old School vs. New School Sales Techniques and Women’s Leadership in the Hospitality Industry.

Can’t wait until our 2020 conference to pick up new career tips? Check out these videos from previous EventCamp conferences for advice on how to advance your career as an event professional:

EventCamp 2019: Don’t Underestimate Old School Sales Techniques

In this fast-paced digital world, when everyone has access to the same planning and communication tools that you do, how can your venue stand out in event sales? Laura Wagstaff will explain how a personal touch and some old school techniques can help you close more deals and make the sale.

Speaker: Laura Wagstaff, Special Events Director, The NoMad Hotel, Eleven Madison Park, Make It Nice Hospitality Group

EventCamp 2019: Owners’ Expectations of Event Managers

EventCamp 2019: Owners’ Expectations of Event Managers from Tripleseat on Vimeo.

As an event planner, there are clear and consistent expectations for success throughout the industry. However, restaurant owners have their own expectations for their individual venues and events teams. Our panel of restaurant owners will offer their benchmarks for a successful events business, and provide advice on the skills they’re looking for in the right event planner.

Moderator: Jonathan Morse, CEO of Tripleseat. Panel: Chris Blair, Founder, Listening Room Cafe; Claire Crowell, COO, A. Marshall Hospitality and Co-owner, Hattie Jane’s Creamery; and Gina Peper, Vice President of Sales & Marketing, North Point Hospitality

EventCamp 2017: Working With Your Competition and Creating a Network

EventCamp 2017 Session 2: Working With Your Competition and Creating a Network from Tripleseat on Vimeo.

Lisa Flores, Director of Sales and Marketing for Columbus Hospitality and founder of SERV, discusses her event planning career and how she connects with competitors through SERV (Society for Event Planners: Restaurant Venues) as a way to learn, grow, and connect in the industry.

Learn more:
Columbus Hospitality Group
SERV

EventCamp 2017: Onboard + Ramp Up New Event Sales Managers Quickly

EventCamp 2017 Session 3: Onboard + Ramp Up New Event Sales Managers Quickly from Tripleseat on Vimeo.

Amira Gertz, Director of Catering for Rosa Mexicano Restaurants, discusses the right way to train event sales managers and how to set them up for success.

Learn more:
Rosa Mexicano Restaurants

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