Work Examples: Hospitality, Meetings & Events

See the span of my hospitality, meeting and events work.

Venue Profile

A profile is a feature story that usually focuses on a person and what’s important or interesting about that person, but it can also spotlight a business or venue. It is a great way to tell [...]

Technology Article

General assignment writers tackle what editors term the easy assignments; the ones they can readily off load to just about anyone. Ronnie Wendt is not one of those writers. Though she writes [...]

Meeting and Event Security

On the night of October 1, 2017, a gunman opened fire on a crowd of concertgoers at the Route 91 Harvest music festival on the Las Vegas Strip, killing 58 people and injuring hundreds of others. [...]

Wisconsin Meetings Issue

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 [...]

Truth be told, I began writing in the meeting and events space because I had an assignment. It didn’t take long for a love of the industry to take hold as I discovered not only did I get to visit and write about some pretty cool spaces, I also wrote about topics of interest in an entirely new way to a brand new audience. Recently, I took over as the editor of Wisconsin Meetings magazine, and I couldn’t be more thrilled to add them as a client.

Writing in the hospitality, meetings and events world has enabled me to write about things like event security, net zero, sustainability, venues, cyber security, software and technology, planning and management. It’s a growing and thriving industry, and one I’m well positioned to write about. Below is an excerpt taken from a recent venue profile.

Excerpt 1

Hotel Goodwin is poised to become the destination for events, weddings and meetings with its rooftop banquet space offering lofty views of downtown Beloit. The Grand Room is located on the fourth floor, which is technically the roof. Developers sectioned off part of the roof to create the space. Guests enter from the hotel to a room encased in glass on three sides. Only two sides are permanent, however. The third glass side opens to a spectacular terrace area offering a breathtaking view of the city and the river below.

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