Taking a riff on the “10 Stupid Things” lists made famous by Dr. Laura, we thought we would examine the all too familiar site inspection process for lurking unwise practices! And we found them!
The site inspection is a critical time in the meeting sourcing process where your program begins to take shape specific to a destination, its hotels and venues. It is during this process that you determine if what you have envisioned on paper has the potential to be well executed, attract attendees and please all your stakeholders.
This time honored practice of conducting site inspections also has an all too familiar cadence to it. There tends to be a lot of walking, talking, pointing, and the endless regurgitation of information you have ready gleamed from the meeting planner’s guide.
So, how do you get beyond the pomp and circumstance and really get down to the “business” of finding the best match for your meeting? Join our webinar to learn:
- How to take control of the site inspection
- How to avoid the 10 stupid things
- What to do before you go
- And which partners to bring together for maximum results
Senior Vice President of Sales and Services, San Diego Tourism AuthorityMargie Sitton refers to her length of time in the hospitality industry simply as “decades.” For the last 8 years she has led the sales division of the San Diego Tourism Authority as SVP of Sales and Services. Prior to joining the SDTA, Margie spent 12 years in regional sales and marketing roles for both Hilton Hotels and Starwood Hotels and Resorts for Southern California, Arizona and Nevada.