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Crowdsourcing Your Next Event: 5 Helpful Steps

As event professionals we plan our events to make our attendees happy – draw them in, engage them, make them want more, and return next time.  We want to make sure that we are meeting their needs and ultimately getting a positive ROI for them and for our company or organization.  Arranging speakers and topics […]

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Attendee Experience – 5 Ways to Make it All About Them

So I have been reading yet another article or two on improving attendee experience at events and meetings and felt I needed to chime in here on the discussion.  Why another blog on this topic? Well partly because I have been both an event professional and an attendee – as I am sure most of […]

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Arizona Measles Outbreak Confirms Need for Training Management

  An outbreak of measles that started at the Eloy Detention Center has now grown to 11 confirmed  cases. Health officials have identified 14 locations in Pinal and Maricopa county where infected  workers may have exposed other people, including stores, restaurants and a tribal casino. Measles is a highly contagious viral illness and symptoms can appear up […]

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Nurse Training Management for the Zika Virus

With concern over the Zika virus spreading worldwide, hospitals are preparing to offer additional training for staff to recognize the symptoms early and provide effective treatment. Centralized management of such training is crucial for success. Online services such as rsvpBOOK.com can help ensure the success of your training program. Timeslot management, Continuing Education credit tracking, […]

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How Online Event Registration for Hospital Training Can Add Hours to Your Day

Would you like to add more time to your day? Employees changing their registrations, classroom size restrictions, class time updates and other issues require a great deal of time and energy to manage and execute. The expenditure of time and energy falls on you, the training manager, and your assistants. For you, extra time is […]

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