Dispelling Some Of The Myths About Flying

Dispelling Some Of The Myths About Flying

July 10th, 2017

  • NHS Global Events

Let’s face it. The Wright Brothers were wizards who worked their magic to teach us how man could fly. How else can you explain the concept of getting into a winged fuselage in Atlanta and being able to step out of it a few hours later in Denver? The airline industry and everything surrounding it […]

Shake Things Up With An “Unconference”

July 1st, 2017

  • NHS Global Events

Back in 1995, marketing maven Doug Hall was espousing generating creativity by taking creative approaches. In his book, “Jump Start Your Brain,” Hall wrote about using Nerf guns and whoopee cushions to start a meeting with corporate executives. He provided solutions for getting out of creative ruts by buying (and reading!) some supermarket tabloids or […]

New Words In The Events World

May 1st, 2017

  • NHS Global Events

  It’s still the same language. Sort of. But with each generation, and with each technological advancement, the lexicon adds new words or new meanings for old words. And the events business is not immune to the fluidity of our language. The editorial team at EventMB recently composed “13 New Words We Use in Events.” […]

In A World Of Snapchats And Likes, Common Business Courtesy Still Prevails

April 19th, 2017

  • NHS Global Events

  Being tech savvy and digitally aware is important in any business today. And at NHS Global Events, we try to be as aware of the latest developments as is possible in an era when the technology changes daily. But one area in which we remain old school is industry etiquette. It starts with NHS […]

The New NHS Global Events Office

April 18th, 2016

  • NHS Global Events

Welcome to the new NHS Global Events office headquartered in Chicago! We have made big changes to the office over the last year with some much needed improvements. As well as expanding our team, we expanded our office with much more efficient and aesthetically pleasing elements. Here are some before and after shots of our office space, as well […]

Where Are We Now: Portland, ME

April 18th, 2016

  • Bailey Shultz

Tourist: Bailey Escaped from: Chicago Voyaged to: Portland, ME Winter, Summer, Spring, or Fall: Spring – April 2016 Climate: Chilly, overcast and rainy. April is “Mud Season” in the northeast due to all the runoff from the snow melting and the rainy season. Plane, Train, or Automobile: Plane & Automobile Transfer Time: Plane to Boston […]

Chicago: The Unconventional Incentive Travel Destination

April 6th, 2016

  • Jessica Jehorek

This post originally appeared on The Overnight Commute on March 6, 2016. It may not come quite as naturally to consider Chicago for your organization’s next incentive destination, but trust me and put down your Mai Tai for just one year.  Experiencing Chicago’s rich history and culture can bring a new vibrancy to your meeting. Prime Time […]

4 Must-Have Travel Apps

April 6th, 2016

  • Jessica Jehorek

This post originally appeared on The Overnight Commute on March 31, 2016. WhatsApp Messenger Using your phone’s internet connection, this app is a must-have when traveling abroad.  Through this app, you can message, call, and even send and receive photos and videos to your friends, family, and colleagues while out of the country. CityMaps2Go Avoid roaming […]

Surviving Long-Haul Flights

April 6th, 2016

  • Jessica Jehorek

This post originally appeared on The Overnight Commute on March 15, 2016. Tips For Battling Jet Lag After An Extra Long Flight BEFORE YOUR FLIGHT: If there is an early evening option, and historically you haven’t had a problem sleeping on flights, a red-eye may help you readjust your internal clock more rapidly Regulate your sleep […]

The Carry-On Challenge

April 6th, 2016

  • Jessica Jehorek

This post originally appeared on The Overnight Commute on March 9, 2016. Efficient Packing For Business Travel PLAN AHEAD Make a checklist. Throwing items in your suitcase before figuring out what you will really need during your trip almost always ends up in over-packing. Do your best to adhere to your list. AVOID CHECKING Use a carry-on suitcase […]