Watching the trends with Editor-at-Large Regina Baraban
Choosing healthy conference menus can be tricky. But what if you stop pushing “healthy food” and start promoting “brain food”? You can make a compelling argument for serving food that helps attendees focus, maintain energy, and learn—boosting their brain power and your meeting ROI. Eating specific foods to produce different physiological states is a trend that will bring huge changes to meetings, says Andrea Sullivan, president of BrainStrength Systems, which provides programs for learning ...
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