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 18, 2004

Federal air marshals on the decline

That’s right, despite the fact that they currently only fly on 5 percent of flights and increasing rumblings that "something" is bound to happen....More
in face2face Aug 18, 2004

Starwood on diversity

Starwood makes the grade at, with an article on its diversity philosophy and business practices. "Our goal is to have the....More
in face2face Aug 18, 2004

Helping hands during hurricane aftermath

Not only did the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort....More
in Capsules Aug 17, 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 17, 2004

Trekkies take over and other strange headlines

From the New York Post: "The Jets were unable to book a hotel for the team in downtown Indianapolis for their game because there's a Star Trek....More
in face2face Aug 17, 2004

One more on building trust

Another interesting article about trust and customers from Direct magazine. While it's written for the direct marketer and the retail end of things,....More
in face2face Aug 17, 2004

Creating community the eBay way

According to Catalog Age, there's a lot you can learn from the eBay model, regardless of what "product" you're selling--including, I would argue,....More
in face2face Aug 16, 2004

Turning customer evangelism upside down

An interesting question from marketing guru Katherine Stone on the recent Fast Company Now Blogjam: "Plenty of people talk about customer evangelism....More
in face2face Aug 16, 2004

Dumb product du jour

Just try to get this through airport security on your next trip--the Kalashnikov MP3 player, which looks alarmingly like the real thing to me....More
in Capsules Aug 16, 2004

St. Jude climbs on the online wagon

St. Jude Medical, a global cardiovascular device company, had a problem it had to distribute educational documents to its 1,000 field personnel....More

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