The creativity factor
From making the most of a meager food and beverage budget by using more seasonal and local produce to exploring unique event venues that can bring added pizzazz without breaking the bank, planners have learned that it takes far more than a university education to make it in this business. Instead, success is often predicated on the ability to see new possibilities, do more with less and distinguish yourself or your clients from the competition.
The show must go on: Making Mounties out of mishaps
MEETING PLANNER PROFILE
Kristin Hosie, Senior Account Manager, Ruby Sky Event Planning Inc.
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