Publications are In Good Company Communication’s sweet spot. Companies routinely call on Ronnie Wendt to plan, edit and write their publications, from newsletters to magazines. Wisconsin Meetings is one such publication. The following excerpts come directly from the Winter 2019 issue, which is edited by Wendt.

 

Excerpt 1

Covering the state’s destinations…

If winter activities are not your jam, perhaps hosting in one of the hottest—and growing—Midwest destinations is. Writer Shelby Deering reports, “The Fox Cities were once considered a quiet corner of Wisconsin, with nearby Green Bay often catching people’s eyes with its gridiron glory. But recently, the Fox Cities have truly flourished into a hot Midwest destination. With cities that include Appleton, Kaukauna, Menasha and Neenah, among others, the region is a meeting planner’s dream—3,500 hotel rooms, exciting activities and world-class convention centers.” Find out why this destination is deservedly capturing attention.

Excerpt 2

Profiling the state’s venues…

Though Hotel Goodwin’s sophistication reigns supreme and is found in everything from its gorgeous black lacquer doors, breathtaking art and overall sexy vibe, it also transports patrons back in time with a vintage record collection that spans all genres.

Excerpt 3

Educating the state’s meeting and event planners…

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is being hailed as the most important change in data privacy regulation in 20 years. This regulation fundamentally reshapes the way data is handled in every sector, from healthcare to banking, and yes, even meetings and events. Though this regulation directly impacts Europe, savvy U.S. meeting and events planners are paying attention to the mandate and making changes now to ensure their compliance.

Excerpt 4

Recognizing the state’s venues and suppliers for a job well done…

This issue marks one of our favorite times of year; the time when we count the ballots and discover our readers’ choices for the best the Dairy State has to offer the meetings and events world.

We know that in today’s world, suppliers need to be ever vigilant in their efforts to provide innovative ideas, products and services with great customer support within the confines of tightened budgets. It’s a delicate balance. The list on the pages that follow are our readers’ choices for those that have achieved this balance and have proven their dedication to their customers and the industry in 2018.

Click here to read the entire Winter 2019 issue of Wisconsin Meetings.

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