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KLEERTECH® Acquires and Launches New Meeting and Event Companies

April 2, 2021

KLEERTECH®, a provider of high-quality, low-cost meeting supplies, recently expanded expanding its products/services across various meeting and event companies it now operates.  OMNIEVENT® is now KLEERTECH®’s registration software and services company which assists with online event registration, onsite event registration, virtual event management, badge printing, lead retrieval, and much more.  KLEERTECH® has also acquired Technical […]

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Sunshine Entertainment Group and Visionwork Group Saint Louis Expands to Denver, CO Market

March 10, 2021

Sunshine Entertainment Group & Visionwork Group are excited to announce the expansion of Interaction Denver and Visionwork Group Denver, a corporate market interactive entertainment service and audio/visual and live streaming service that will provide boutique-style, white-glove services to the corporate market in Denver. The official launch date for Interaction Denver & Visionwork Group Denver was […]

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Building for the Future – Castle Ridge “Paves” New Standards for Meetings, Events, and Teambuilding

March 9, 2021

By Olivia Orman Nestled in Centralia, Illinois, stands a castle that is already reshaping how organizations approach group business. Castle Ridge, an $18-million development with a vision just as large as its investment, is making final preparations before its grand opening in spring of 2021. In addition to promoting its south-central destination for personal leisure, […]

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Insurance Policy Basics for the Meetings and Events Industry

November 6, 2020

By Roy Reichold As meeting and event planners, procuring the correct insurance policy can be cumbersome, if not very confusing.  My strongest advice to align yourself with an insurance professional that knows the hospitality industry and where an establishment or event may have exposure to risk. One of the biggest misconceptions about insurance, in general, […]

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A New Look for AV: A Q&A on Outdoor Events in the Time of COVID-19

August 18, 2020

By Kaitlyn Wallace Moving into the summer months of 2020, outdoor events have gained great success, accommodating large numbers of attendees and staging large scale events for the first time post-COVID-19. But they also come with unique challenges, particularly in the field of effective AV. Weather, such as bright sun or wind, can complicate light, […]

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Tech Talk: Augmented Reality, Facial Recognition, and Happy Maps

August 18, 2020

Augmented Reality Virtual reality (VR) is one innovation that has already started to become more mainstream at meetings and events.  However, VR’s similar counterpart, augmented reality (AR), has distinguishing variations that allows this technology to convey information differently than VR. While VR only displays computerized graphics, and is limited to visual and auditory projections, AR […]

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Post-COVID Legalities and Liabilities

August 18, 2020

Procedures, Policies, Precautions, and Protections By Roy R. Reichold During this pandemic, we have advised our clients in the hospitality industry multiple ways, with our primary approach being the consistency of direct conversation and consulting. We realize that each client’s risk profile is unique, whether they represent a hotel, banquet venue, restaurant, or nightclub.  It […]

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Old Kinderhook Introduces New Audio/Visual Equipment for Hybrid Functions

August 18, 2020

Old Kinderhook has recently implemented a new audio/visual tech innovation for its “Safe Meetings” initiative.  The Meeting Owl device, which creates a more immersive experience for remote attendees through its 360-degree camera and speaker, is a hybrid meeting solution that enables attendees to gather in-person or join virtually. Lance Utley, Director of Sales for Old […]

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Four Ways to Combat Pathogens in Your HVAC System

July 31, 2020

By Jonathan Carson “Jake” owns and runs a small commercial shop. He has been coughing a lot and is growing concerned as his employees call in sick with sinus problems and “bronchitis”. He calls his friend “Rick”, who operates a different business that is in the same block. To Jake’s surprise, Rick and his workers […]

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