Global Meetings Industry Day
April 11 @ 12:45 pm– 6:00 pm EDT
Global Meetings Industry Day: Future@Work–Bridging Gaps and Embracing Differences
Join us to celebrate the business events industry and its resilient workforce, learn from experts in the field, and interact with your colleagues. Our GMID event will include 150+ business events professionals. This year’s program will focus on how to leverage the power of multiple generations in the events industry workforce to create growth. The meeting will start with a keynote presentation on harnessing the power of new generations to work better together. During this engaging and lively talk, Tim Hines, aka The Marketing Starter, is a CMO, keynote speaker, author, podcast show host, and consultant who helps people master the art of human-to-human business and communications. He will help dispel myths about the generations, provide strategies for bridging the gap between generations, and discuss how generations can work together to build back the workforce post-COVID. Tim will then moderate a panel discussion that dives deeper into building company culture, staffing models and challenges, and recruitment, retention, and job training. Panelists will represent all corners of the industry. Don’t miss out on your opportunity to learn from seasoned experts and each other!
- Discuss how different generations work together and dispel myths about each generation
- Explore how to build bridges between generations and create a company culture that speaks to and encourages all generations
- Consider how company culture and recruitment and retention strategies can lead to greater employee engagement
- Discuss strategies for building back employment in the events industry for long-term sustainability
- Network with other meeting and event professionals
- Keynote/Panel Moderator: Tim Hines, FCMO, Keynote Speaker, Author, Podcast Show Host, and Consultant
- Panelists will be announced soon.
12:45-1:30 PM: Registration
1:30-2:00 PM: Welcome
2:00-3:00 PM: Session One: Tim Hines—Gen Y and Gen Z Influencers: How We Can Harness the Power of the New Generations and Work Better Together
3:00-3:30 PM: Break
3:30-4:45 PM: Session Two: Panel Discussion
4:45-5:00 PM: Wrap Up
5:00-6:00 PM: Reception
Location & Parking:
Many thanks to CYTO | PHL at the Cira Centre for hosting this event. Self-parking is located at the building adjacent to the Cira Centre, and a discounted rate of $15.00 will be provided. The venue is across the street from 30th Street Station. Click here for more information about arrival instructions.
- Membership to the PCMA Greater Philadelphia Chapter is not required to attend. Guests are welcome.
- If you are not a member, click here to learn more about membership.
- If you are a member of PCMA, but not a member of the Philadelphia Chapter, please contact [email protected] to add the Philadelphia Chapter to your account. The cost to add a chapter to your membership is $30.00.
- Early registration closes on Monday, April 8, 2024, at 12:00pm. After that, only onsite registration will be available beginning at 12:45pm on Thursday, April 11, 2024.
- Click here to register or click on the blue button below.
Education Credit: PCMA has been approved by the Events Industry Council (EIC) as a Preferred Provider of the above-listed continuing education course, which qualifies for CMP continuing education credit. Determination of continuing education credit eligibility or Preferred Provider status does not imply EIC’s endorsement or assessment of education quality.
If you plan to claim education credit, please register for this meeting with the same email associated with your EIC account. You will receive an automated message to claim credit after the meeting when the final attendee roster is uploaded to the EIC.
Accessibility: CYTO | PHL and the Cira Centre are accessible. If you need additional accessibility services or have questions, please contact [email protected].
Note: This event will offer refreshments and light snacks. Lunch will not be served. A networking reception with food and beverage will be provided at the conclusion of the meeting.
A message from the Community Service Committee: At GMID, donations will be collected for the Family Support Line. Their core mission is to advance the prevention and treatment of child sexual abuse. Services provided help children and families get the help they need to be safe, heal, break the cycle of abuse, and thrive.
The Family Support Line is in need of journals, coloring books for teens, notebooks, and crayons for The Room to Heal Program. Other items accepted are listed on their Amazon Wish List, https://a.co/6Ouui24. Please bring a donation to GMID or purchase items through Amazon.
Thank you to our host, sponsors, and supporting partners!