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Life Science Meetings Mash-Up

We’ve curated a mash-up of some of our best blogs with tips for creating successful meetings in the life sciences industry. Use these strategies from the Miller Tanner Team to improve and maximize your meeting's capabilities.


Meet MTA: Julie Hacker, Senior Global Experience Manager

The Miller Tanner difference is our people. That’s why we want to introduce you to our team of superstars that bring our corporate meetings and events to life for our clients. Today we introduce you to Senior Global Experience Manager Julie Hacker. With her extensive background in managing a variety of event types, along with her invaluable sense of humor, Julie makes event planning look like a walk in the park; however, behind the scenes, she is skillfully arranging each event’s staffing needs like a pro. Meet Julie Hacker Tell us about...


10 Benefits of a Paperless Meetings

Here are 10 convincing reasons to shred the paper and embrace the digital devices at your next meeting:


Corporate Event Experiences at Miller Tanner Associates

Whether you need to plan a memorable, elaborate incentive trip for your top producers, an intensive global sales event, a product launch, or a celebratory company milestone with your internal teams, Miller Tanner Associates can make it happen. Here's how.


Advantages of Hiring a Corporate Event Planner

You’ve heard the saying, “no man is an island”. The same holds true for events.


{Infographic} Use ARS to Engage Your Audience

One of the most effective ways to assess and engage your audience is by using an Audience Response System (ARS) to enhance your meeting.


Meet MTA: Susan Bridges, Transparency Operations Analyst

The Miller Tanner difference is our people. That’s why we want to introduce you to our team of superstars that bring our corporate meetings and events to life for our clients. Today we introduce you to Transparency Operations Analyst, Susan Bridges, who ensures the accuracy and quality of transparency reporting for our clients. Meet Susan Bridges Tell us about your current role with MTA. What are your primary responsibilities?   My role is to ensure the data for transparency reporting is accurate and reliable for each client, according to their specific...


Use Technology to Boost Your Presentations’ Engagement

Studies suggest that every 15-20 minutes a listener’s mind wanders. In fact, 91 percent of business professionals admit to daydreaming during meetings and 39 percent confess to falling asleep, according to a “Meetings in America” study conducted by MCI. Given these statistics, how can you be sure then that your audience is understanding your message and retaining the information you’ve worked so hard to deliver? We have a few proven ways guaranteed to make your presentation more engaging with the help of technology. Go Bold (or go home) with an...


Improving Our Customers’ Experience by Creating a Customer Journey Map

The Value of Creating a Customer Journey Map Many companies are realizing the value of creating a customer journey map, especially given the significant rise in customer purchasing power.  The purpose of creating a customer journey map is to better understand the various interactions your customers have with your company through an outside-in approach while improving customer experiences throughout the customer life cycle.   Whether the interaction with the customer occurs during acquisition, onboarding, engagement while using your product or service, or even within retention, customers’ expectations are higher than...


Corporate Events: Q & A

Corporate Events: Q & A Global Experience Designer Jenny Decker, CMP, shares with us the latest trends and insights for planning a memorable corporate event experience. What part of the event do you personally handle?   My role begins once the location and hotel have been determined; however, because we have a more continuous relationship with our clients, sometimes we are involved earlier and make suggestions based on what we know about the attendees and goals of the next meeting.  Which details would you consider the top priority when planning...