In few places is the buzz about the "experience economy"--the layering of experiences on traditional commodities, products, and services--more apparent than it is at companies' events. A study conducted by The George Washington University's Event Management Program confirms that event managers who provide a total sensory experience and integrate education and training are well positioned to compete in this new economy. First begun in 1994, the International Special Events Society's Profile ...

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