C&LC Featured on PCMA Panel

June 27, 2016 – Today, C&LC’s Chief Operating Officer, Janeé Pelletier, MBA, CMP, DES, was featured in a standing-room-only panel session during PCMA’s Education Conference in St. Louis, Missouri. The session, entitled “Quantifying the Value of your Business Event,” focused on the need to develop complete and compelling RFPs for meeting sourcing in the current sellers’…

C&LC Leads Maryland’s Inaugural Global Meetings Industry Day Event; Recognized with Mayoral Proclamation

Today, the Professional Convention Management Association (PCMA) Chesapeake Chapter and event organizer, C&LC’s Chief Operating Officer Janeé Pelletier, were honored with a proclamation from Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, recognizing the positive impact of meetings and events on the city’s economy. Mayor Rawlings- Blake has officially designated April 14, 2016 as Baltimore Meetings Industry Day, in…

16 Tips for International Meetings

Meetings.Net “Face to Face” | October 5, 2015 I went to a fantastic, interactive, and tips-filled session at the American Society of Association Executives Annual Meeting in Detroit this summer on the topic of planning meetings outside the U.S. The august panel—Cameron Curtis, Courtesy Associates; Michelle Malloy, National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners; Janee Pelletier…

Give & Take

PCMA Convene: The Magazine of the Professional Convention Management Association | September 2012 Janeé Pelletier, CMP, vice president of Annapolis, Md.–based Conference & Logistics Consultants, pointed out an additional challenge planners of association events and large conventions may now be experiencing: securing space for their 2014 and 2015 events. Although an organization ideally should book…

Life Lessons From Summer Vacation

The Chatter: PCMA Capital Chapter Newsletter | August 2012 Even if you’re slogging through a 90-hour workweek onsite at a convention, your brain needs some downtime. Gameplay has proven health benefits, whether it’s a physical sport or even a challenging video game. Yes, you read that right: video games can be good for your brain…

Rise of the Un-Fam: Trends in Supplier-Provided Education

The Chatter: PCMA Capital Chapter Newsletter | March 2012 We are all expected to do more with less these days, and that means inventive ways to accomplish our continuing education needs. To meet this demand, innovative suppliers have created unique learning opportunities that blend fun and education… Creative, hands-on education is a refreshing change of…