Our communities are increasingly diverse. COVID has made us all realize the importance of human connection and the value of relationships with colleagues, friends and family. The need to ensure everyone feels included and welcomed has never been more clear. When we gather together, at events or meetings, our underrepresented communities may feel excluded. They may not feel seen, heard, valued or respected. Through all our best efforts, there remain gaps. RMPCMA members have the opportunity to serve as leaders and advocates to increase inclusion, build community, and drive positive change.
Join us in-person on Wednesday, December 15 as we close out 2021! Bring your best stories; some you want to remember others that you can't wait to forget. It's been a year of 6 feet forward, 6 feet back, so let's get together and celebrate our accomplishments! The evening would not be complete without prizes
Speaker: Kyle Jordan, CAE, CEM, CMP, DES, CMM Director of Meetings INFORMS As meetings professionals, we are often challenged to effectively evaluate the success of our meetings while also quantifying and conveying the ROI. This session will outline several strategies for gauging a participant’s (i.e. member, attendee, exhibitor, etc.) satisfaction, including the use of
The PCMA Student Insight Series aims to expose students to different aspects of the Business Events Industry and perspectives of working professionals at all career levels. This month’s topic: “Negotiating the best contract and how to maintain lasting relationships.” This session will be hands-on, including a breakout portion. Come ready with your questions! Panel: Moira
Each year the Rocky Mountain Professional Convention Management Association holds its annual All Hearts Auction and Celebration. This event is Rocky Mountain PCMA’s (RMPCMA) largest fundraiser and proceeds go directly towards the association’s commitment to education and its members. A portion of the proceeds will go to the newly developed Rocky Mountain PCMA Leadership Fund.
Do you want your company or venue to be more diverse, equitable and inclusive, but just aren’t sure where to start? Join The PCMA PNW Chapter and Diversity Center Seattle Founder Jean Iannelli Craciun to uncover the next step. Jean has decades of experience helping groups and individuals get to that next level in team
This webinar is the first of a four-part series covering many critical components to consider when tackling the challenge of planning meetings and events on the international stage. We all experience subtle differences between planning meetings between different venues, cities and states and once you depart United States soil, those nuances become much more prominent.