NHS Global Events – Week 22 of 52

NHS Global Events – Week 22 of 52

June 9th, 2018

  • Aaron Puckhaber

To kick off the week, our Vice President of Business Development Jennifer Herring was awarded the AAPP President’s Award. Congratulations once again, Jennifer! Next, we take a trip to Toronto and get a tour of the modern Hotel X Toronto from Meeting Planner Natalie Rivera! From Meeting Planner Amanda Reece, we traveled to Roanoke, Virginia […]

Boston Harbor Hasn’t Rocked Like This In More Than Two Centuries

March 12th, 2018

  • NHS Global Events

It’s still a little over a year away, but it’s time to start thinking about what’s building in Boston right now. That’s excitement for the Wynn Boston Harbor, scheduled to open in June 2019 on the Mystic River in Everett. The $2.4 billion, 5-star luxury resort will overlook the Boston skyline and include 671 deluxe […]

AmFund is Doing Well

February 20th, 2018

  • NHS Global Events

  It’s funny the route life can take you on. One day you and your spouse are in the TV news business and a decade later you find yourselves selflessly helping non-profits raise money in ways they never imagined was possible. At no cost to the organization. Let’s backup and meet Barbara and Wade West, […]

Looking Back At 2017: Plenty of Reasons for Optimism

December 14th, 2017

  • NHS Global Events

Because it’s easier than trying to predict the future, and since there’s value in taking stock in where we’ve been, we’d like to take a look back at the past year. NHS Global Events President Bill Lynch sees 2017 this way. “For all of us in the hospitality industry, there was much to be grateful […]

Event Security Needs to be a Higher Priority

November 20th, 2017

  • NHS Global Events

For meeting planners, it’s got to seem like every aspect involved with putting an event together is a high priority. They’re not wrong. But one area that needs to be among the top priorities is the security of those attending the event. As NHS Global Events Vice President Sean Lynch points out, “It is the obligation […]

Google Maps Can Do That?

November 10th, 2017

  • NHS Global Events

Even if you use Google Maps on your smart phone, taking a look at a recent article in Fast Company by JR Raphael (“12 Incredibly Useful Things You Didn’t Know Google Maps Could Do“) might just be a game changer for you. We won’t ruin all of the surprises. Just a few of them. For instance, you […]

Is Your Concierge About to Go Digital

November 1st, 2017

  • NHS Global Events

  As computers started to make their way into the work place, many people worried that they’d lose their jobs to these digital creations. In some cases that happened, in others it enhanced the work, and in still others it created entirely new positions or departments. But jobs that take the personal touch of a […]

This Makes Us Proud to be in the Hospitality Industry

October 1st, 2017

  • NHS Global Events

Florida, Texas and the Caribbean has had its share of hurricane trauma this season, but it is comforting to know that hotels have stepped up in a major way to offer assistance. Danielle Hess of Hotel News Now reports that “many hotels in Texas and Florida operated as shelters for their communities during Hurricane Harvey […]

For Better Meetings, Take a Walk

September 17th, 2017

  • NHS Global Events

Hey, we know. Meetings aren’t always that interesting. That’s why we search high and low for ideas on how to make them better. Sometimes, the answer is as easy as going for a walk. In a recent article in the Harvard Business Review, authors Russell Clayton, Christopher Thomas and Jack Smothers took a look at […]

This News Just Might Get You Through Your Next Bad Day

September 5th, 2017

  • NHS Global Events

Okay, not every day in the leisure and hospitality business is going to be perfect. Dealing with the public can wear on even the most tolerant individuals. But think of some of the bennies. You get to travel a lot. It’s a pretty stable industry. And this next one might really make you a little […]