CEMA Summit, the annual gathering of the Computer Event Management Association, this year convenes in Quebec, Canada, at Chateau Mont Tremblant. Best known as a ski destination, located at the foot of Mont Trem- bant, the 316-room property will show CEMA its warmer side July 27 to 30.
The preliminary program includes 17 breakout sessions, a special full-day program for event management novices, plus mountaineer Todd Skinner as key-noter. The Summit's educational breakouts are geared to both event managers and exhibit managers. Here's a sample of sessions:
* Seminar Effectiveness Measurement
* Managing Product Launches
* Using the Web as anTool
*an Event Agency
* Preparing Executives to Work with the Media
* Cross-IndustryTrends: the latest and greatest in non-IT industry trade shows
* Virtual Trade Shows
* Trade Shows: An IT Customer Point of View (panel discussion)
For more information, contact Executive Director Trinette Cunningham, (978) 443-3330, ext. 1228, firstname.lastname@example.org; or visit the CEMA Web site at www.cemaonline.com.