Conferences & Meetings

Thomson Reuters’ Gear Up

Citrus Week-HeaderWe provided on-site conference management for Thomson Reuters’ annual Gear Up “Citrus Week” from its inception in 2010, through 2013. The 4-day conference has been held at Disney’s Coronado Springs, Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek, and the Walt Disney World Swan & Dolphin Hotel & Conference Center.

Magic Week-headerWe have also provided on-site management assistance at the annual “Magic Week” 6-day December conference in 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2013.

Additional on-site management has been provided to Thomson Reuters’ Gear Up conferences in Ft. Lauderdale since 2009, and for the first time, we provided on-site management at the Tampa Bay seminar in December 2013.

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Magic Week 2013: The ballroom in which a seminar was presented to over 450 participants.

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Magic Week 2013: The ballroom in which a seminar was presented to over 450 participants.

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Magic Week 2013: The ballroom in which lunch was served to over 450 participants.

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Magic Week 2013: The ballroom in which lunch was served to over 450 participants.

Dec. 2013

Tampa 2013: ready to register the 100+ accountants and tax preparers for their 2-day seminar.

A few words about our service . . .

Matt has proven himself to be an exemplary worker regardless of the location we send him to or whether he is working as part of a team or solo.  He is personable, responsible, and proactive.  We wish we could afford to send him to more seminars than just the ones in Florida.

Stephen Ball
Operations Manager
Gear Up Tax Seminars – a division of Thomson Reuters

 

 

Symposium on Performing Arts Careers

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A few words about our service . . .

Students stated that they never realized that the production work and the creative process of composing, choreography, and performing could translate into such a variety of challenging, meaningful, and realistic career opportunities.  Parents appreciated the insights and first hand experiences the panelists shared.  Several specifically noted that each person was open, honest, and disclosed their struggles and regrets as well as their successes.  One teacher commented that each member of the panel, in taking a risk and being so authentic, established immediate credibility with the students.  Consequently, they listened, learned, and were inspired.

Donna Walsh
President, Arts Alive!
John Jay High School Performing Arts Booster Club