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 Aug 05, 2004

Omaha for haute cuisine?

Sure, Nebraska has a lot of cows and corn, but when Omaha’s Qwest Center wooed a group of insurance meeting planners recently, they did it with....More
in face2face Aug 05, 2004

What's next, escape-a-meeting?

Interesting editorial in today’s New York Times about a new cell phone service from Cingular Wireless called "Escape-a-Date," where you can program....More
in face2face Aug 05, 2004

Microsoft in the chips, but not for events

"Microsoft Corp., which has amassed an unparalleled cash hoard of nearly $60 billion from its world-dominating software business, announced recently....More
in face2face Aug 05, 2004

Get lost?

I’m one of those people who always gets lost in a mall, but I usually do OK when I’m in a city. Unless it’s Boston. No matter how many times I drive....More
in face2face Aug 04, 2004

Must be having pork for lunch

Pharmaceutical companies can’t pay to fly doctors in for educational meetings, but they can provide "scholarships" for local politician events,....More
in face2face Aug 04, 2004

Big Mac attack

It’s easy to eat poorly when on the road, but here’s food for thought for the next time you reach for the Golden Arches: You’ll have to walk 9.5....More
in face2face Aug 04, 2004

You picked a fine time to leave me Blue Shield

That’s the name of one of the songs by Dr. Sam and The Frivolous Action Blues Band, whose CDs would make great giveaways for a physician meeting--or....More
in face2face Aug 04, 2004


CNN’s mics caught a little blue language from Don Mischer, who was the executive producer for the DNC, when a handset he was using to urge his people....More
in face2face Aug 03, 2004

Eli Lilly joins the preferred crowd

As CMI pointed out recently, the trend toward companies using preferred vendors is alive and well. To prove the point, pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly....More
in face2face Aug 03, 2004

Sweatiest cities

From the latest issue of Corporate Meetings....More

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