Sourcing is just one of many logistical steps along the way to a memorable event. The event professionals Groups360 surveyed last year also recounted their experiences with the ongoing pandemic and how that’s forced them to change their approach to meeting planning. Here are three planner pain points when it comes to meeting and event logistics.
The paradox of too many choices means it takes too much time to narrow down the options. So how do you deal with the overwhelm of sourcing? Groups360 has commissioned interviews with meeting planners from corporations, associations and trade societies across the U.S. Our goal was to better understand your sourcing journeys. Read on for the five top five pain points when dealing with sourcing overload, according to your industry peers, along with the empowering alternative you’ll find in GroupSync.
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In early 2020, Groups360 commissioned interviews with meeting planners from corporations and associations across the U.S. to better understand their sourcing journeys. Below are the top five pain points when dealing with low-tech tools and legacy sourcing systems, according to your industry peers, along with the empowering alternative you’ll find in GroupSync.
Matthew Howden, senior vice president and general manager, attendee management solutions, for Groups360 is cofounder and former joint CEO of IDEM. During the last week of September 2020, Matthew was a featured speaker at WiT Experience Week, a unique global travel conference by Web in Travel (WiT) that was live-streamed from Singapore.
In 2019, IDEM Hospitality won the WiT Startup of the Year competition. In this online interview, Matthew joined Dylan Tan, CEO of Split, the 2018 WiT Startup of the Year winner, to revisit their companies’ trajectories since their wins and how they’ve been faring through the pandemic.