Sue Hatch

Sue
Hatch

MeetingsNet

shatch@meetingsnet.com

Sue edits MeetingsNet interactive magazine tablet app, and oversees the annual CMI 25 project. She began her career in the meetings industry in 1984 with positions at Business Travel News and Successful Meetings, and has authored a Frommer's guidebook on New England Beaches. 

Articles
Changemaker 2015: Aynn Furie 
Meet the woman behind Pfizer's innovative global strategic meetings management program
Changemaker 2015: Meetings Mean Business 
The Meetings Mean Business campaign has helped to change the way legislators, corporate executives, and the public see the role of meetings in sustaining economic growth.
Changemaker 2015: Judy Anderson, CMP 
GameStop's Judy Anderson is bursting with ideas to engage her Millennial attendees.
Can Sheraton Reinvent Itself?
Starwood Hotel and Resorts has announced an ambitious five-year initiative to shake up its largest brand, Sheraton Hotels and Resorts.
InitLive Wins Meeting Tech Competition at IMEX
InitLive, a mobile technology for managing volunteers and staff at events, won the IMEX Event Technology Startup competition.
The 10 Most Dramatic Airport Landings
Get a window seat for the flight in and out of these amazing locations.
The Power of Connecting
Don’t think of your audience as one unit, but as individuals you can connect with before, during, and after the meeting. Dan Nilsen, CEO, Bishop-McCann, shares two tactics for making those connections.
Larry Luteran Leaves Hilton
One of the most visible hoteliers in the meetings industry has left Hilton Worldwide after 31 years.
CIC Names 5 HOL Inductees and 3 Pacesetters
The Convention Industry Council has announced the five individuals who will be inducted into the CIC Hall of Leaders in 2015.
Gaming Resorts Up the Ante
New and recognized gaming destinations have more options for conference planners than ever before.
Mexico’s New 12-Point Plan to Become a Better Meeting Destination
Government leaders and meetings industry association executives in Mexico have signed an action plan for improving the destination for group business.
NAMID: Face Time Is Money!
April 16 marked the first-ever North American Meetings Industry Day, with dozens of events throughout the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.
What Meeting Execs Look for in New Hires
How to get hired in the meetings industry. Organizations are looking for these 8 qualities in entry-level applicants.
Hey Meeting Pros: Happy NAMID!
Here's what Meetings & Incentives Worldwide is doing for North American Meetings Industry Day.

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