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Measuring the Impact of Your Face-to-Face Event Using Data

Measuring ROI at Face-to-Face Events Our clients often pose the question to the Miller Tanner Associates (MTA) team, “How can we prove to our key stakeholders that it is worth the investment of time, money and resources required for face-to-face events, when the efficiency and ease of virtual events is powerful and persuasive?”  The simple answer is data.

Investigator Meetings: Q & A with MTA

Our Miller Tanner Associates (MTA) Global Sales Team comprised of Dawn Barnes, Director of Global Sales, along with Diana Reed, Key Accounts Manager, and Lauren Beegal, Senior Business Development Manager, share with us all the latest trends and tips for planning successful investigator meetings (IM). Investigator Meetings: Q & A What are some of the latest trends you are seeing with investigator meetings? Dawn: Companies are branching out to have fewer traditional speaker PowerPoint presentations be replaced with more interactive sessions like panels for Q&A versus round-table working group discussions...

Meet MTA: Jessica Gratt, Global Service Director

The Miller Tanner difference is our people. That’s why we want to introduce you to our team of superstars that brings our corporate meetings and events to life for our clients. Today we introduce you to Jessica Gratt, Global Service Director at Miller Tanner Associates (MTA). Jessica has vast experience with managing processes. In her current role, she juggles details, data, and travel management with ease. Meet Jessica Gratt Tell us about your current role with MTA? I am a global service director at MTA.  I oversee the travel aspect of...

Access to Event Data is Necessary for Success

Sometimes I ask myself what’s the point of all this technology? As ‘technology’ is my chosen career path, I won’t fault you for thinking you’re witnessing the early onset of an existential crisis. In my defense, however, I submit that this fundamental question helps keep our team focused. A typical project might be about improving the speed at which something is done, increasing the mobile connectivity to a resource or the potential cost savings of automating a process, but it’s never just the technology. Asking the question helps remind me of the...

How to Bring Work-Life Balance to Your Event

 Why Work-life Balance is Important The U.S. ranks in the bottom 20 percent for work-life balance among the 38 countries surveyed in a report compiled by Family Living Today and Now Sourcing.  On average, people spend nine and a half hours a day on “personal care” and that includes everything from sleep to showering. Nine and a half hours a day is not much when you consider that eight hours of sleep is optimal. Because of technology, it has becoming increasingly difficult to separate work from personal life making it a challenge for employees to achieve a...

How to Strengthen the Investigator Site Partnerships Using On-Demand Training

Investigators’ knowledge is critical to the success of clinical trials, yet research suggests that the attrition rate is high among these professionals. When investigator turnover occurs, the quality and ultimately the success of the clinical trial is compromised.

Meet MTA: Wynema Ware, Senior Technical Specialist

The Miller Tanner difference is our people. That’s why we want to introduce you to our team of superstars that brings our corporate meetings and events to life for our clients. Today we introduce you to Wynema Ware, Senior Technical Specialist. Wynema provides extensive tech support to our team on a daily basis to ensure all systems are running smoothly and securely.

How to Plan a Socially-Responsible Green Event

Do you want your event to have a greater impact? The answer is – paper straws. (By now you’ve heard that plastic straws are out, paper straws are in, right? Here’s why.) At this year’s MTA Workshop, our week-long annual event, we took  Corporate Social Responsibility one step further by integrating the CSR concept into both the major and minor details of the event. Including paper straws. But that’s not all we did. We repurposed, reduced, and gave back. We looked for intentional ways to infuse Corporate Social Responsibility into each and...