My work – it’s about ideas

I write the Supply Side column for Meetings & Incentive Travel. I also cover destinations and industry trends and innovators. My column is on page 14 and a piece about India as a new, doable incentive destination is on page 24:

I cover Eastern Canada for Association News. And contribute a variety of content to MPI. In November I wrote a piece based on the use of shipping containers to create pop-up business event spaces.

Getting There from Here –  changes and challenges to airlift (begins on page 32):

Changing Spaces: how venues are rethinking space:

Breathing easy – how F&B directors deal with food allergies:

Par excellence – how Montreal works to win business:

Bumping up the budget:

Five bars are not enough, today’s customers, guests, fans and attendees need actual connectivity wherever and whenever:

Corporate Social Responsibility – the art of giving back:

The new Newfoundland:

Learn how Portland manages to attract high-tech meetings:

Read how Banff accommodated sight-impaired delegates on a forested mountainside setting:

Charlevoix: Quebec’s Rustic Riviera:

Starry nights: making sense of hotel ratings:

See if executive travel policies impact your destination:

See how aggressive and driven laid-back Montreal can be in winning business:

Roll up the ropes, it’s all about team-building that matters:

It’s the biggest planning gig in the world: the Olympic ceremonies:

Planner street creds:

Meetings at Sea:

Munching around Madrid:

Ole to Spain’s overlooked opportunities:

Halifax (Nova Scotia) making small vibrant and vital:

London: licensed to thrill:

Jasper’s five-star wilderness:

Dallas sheds its cowboy image:

Association farming for members in China:

A true four-seasons resort, with cool ways to help planners:

Canada’s Big Apple:

Why meetings still matter:

Peak-to-peak in Whistler, it’s not all downhill:

Trade shows still resilient:

Well-positioned Winnipeg:

A look at Pre-Olympic Vancouver:

Last minute for the Vancouver Games:

German precision guarantees attention to detail:


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