Sue Pelletier

Editor, Medical Meetings/MeetingsNet's mad blogger, Meetingsnet

Sue, who has been with MeetingsNet since 1998, previously wrote for and edited several national and international trade magazines and newsletters for the environmental industry. A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Colorado, Boulder, she also helped to plan a technical trade conference and exposition and several smaller meetings for the environmental industry before deciding to stick with what she does best. She lives in Massachusetts with her husband and her surrogate child, Mango the Australian shepherd.

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Posts by Sue Pelletier

in face2face Sep 15, 2014

How Twitter Going All Facebooky Could Affect Event Marketing

Twitter recently unveiled some platform design tweaks that make it look and feel more like Facebook—and that potentially could make it a better tool....More
in face2face Sep 15, 2014

Marriott's New Envelope Program to Help Hint Higher Housekeeping Tips

Marriott International's new “The Envelope Please” program aims to increase tips for some of its hardest working employees—housekeeping staffers....More
in face2face Sep 08, 2014

Sue’s Air Travel Etiquette Guide

Here’s my first stab at creating a guide to airplane etiquette that, if followed, might just keep the bloodletting to a minimum (until the next seat-....More
in face2face Sep 08, 2014

Brains, Boundaries, and Memory

Some nuggets from brain science on how our brains edit like movie directors—and maybe meeting planners....More
in face2face Sep 04, 2014

Event Managers, Get Creative!

In today’s fast-changing events world, meeting managers need to hone their creativity to stay ahead. Here’s how....More
in face2face Aug 27, 2014

How "Fees-ible" Is Your Host Hotel?

First it was the airlines, then rental car companies—now hotels are piling on the ancillary fees to the tune of $2.25 billion, with more likely in....More
in face2face Aug 26, 2014

To Recline or Not to Recline—Is that Really the Question?

After a United flight had to be diverted due to passengers feuding over a seatback’s position, sadly, it may be....More
in face2face Aug 25, 2014

Why Don't We Take All of Our Paid Vacation Time?

We know that taking time off to rest and recharge is not only good for us, but also will help us do our jobs better. And yet we can't seem to pry....More
in face2face Aug 20, 2014

Conference Crashers (aka Lobby Rats) Redux

More thoughts on lobby rats/lobbyconning, plus the NFL's interesting proposal to get halftime acts to pay....More
in face2face Aug 19, 2014

What's Your Meeting's "Ice Bucket Challenge"?

What meeting managers can learn from the "ice bucket challenge" that's sweeping the country in a wave of shivery viral goodness for the ALS cause....More

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