What makes Prevue's Visionary Summits different from other live events?
For planners, our goal is to create top-notch sessions that are deep dives into the topics they wish to learn about, and to give them the chance to speak freely with their equally experienced peers in a non-commercial setting. For sponsors, the entire event is designed as a chance to network. Sessions are highly interactive, giving them the chance to share their expertise as well and have meaningful exchanges everyone in the room.
How do I qualify to attend a Visionary Summit?
Our attendees are invited and qualified by a series of questions, including industry experience, meeting volume and spend, and destination/hotel history.
Do I receive CEUs for attending?
Prevue is n EIC Preferred Provider, and all Summits typically offer attendees between 2.4 and 4 continuing educational credit hours.
Who will be attending the Visionary Summit?
Attendees are primarily corporate and association buyers/end users. We seek out experienced planners; the average years of planning experience at our most recent Summit was 18.
Is there a cost associated with attending the Visionary Summit?
The Visionary Summit is a COMPLIMENTARY event for qualified meeting planners (excluding airfare and transfers). Registration, accommodations at the host property, and food and beverage are included.
May I arrive early or extend my stay?
Our host properties offer discounted hotel rates if you would like to extend your stay
May I bring a guest?
Guests are not included in the education program or networking events, but you are welcome to bring a guest to enjoy the destination while you are at the meeting.
What should I wear?
Our dress code has been changed to “Comfortable”: Wear what makes you comfortable.
Who do I contact with questions?
If you have any additional questions, please contact Barbara Scofidio at Barbara@worthit.com.
Meet Barbara Scofidio
For 30 years, Prevue Editor Barbara Scofidio has worked with GBTA, SITE and other industry organizations to design and deliver education for meeting and incentive planners. She is currently the media liaison for the Education Committee of FICP.
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