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What to Expect from Event Contracts in 2022

Mar 29, 2022


Tuesday | 1:00PM (CT)

About this event

With the return of in-person events, we all know that event planning is no longer status quo. If you are starting to plan your association's next event or already have events on the books for 2022, you will need to consider how to navigate contract negotiations that take into account all we learned — and still have to learn — in a post-COVID environment.  

Expertly negotiating contracts can directly impact savings for an association and help create the best experience possible for your members, which helps to make sure you drive up engagement and registration for every event. 

Jennifer Haisten, CMP, will share the latest best practices for event contract negotiations and provide her best tips that you can put into practice when negotiating your next event space.  

In this LIVE 30-minute webinar, you will learn:

  • Helpful strategies to effectively develop, negotiate and manage contracts and contracting relationships.
  • Contracting clause considerations for your next event.
  • Ordinary vs Extraordinary contract clauses geared towards the type of event you are planning.

Attendees of this webinar are eligible for 0.5 hours of CAE credit.

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Jennifer Haisten

Vice President, GlobauxSource

A  hospitality industry veteran for 20+ years. Jennifer hails a background in convention servicing, sales, sourcing/contract negotiation and operations. As the VP for GlobauxSource and owner of Times 10, an Association Management Company she is well versed in understanding the many hats event strategists must wear. These experiences have afforded her the opportunity to develop long- term professional relationships that she draws on to accomplish her day to day. Jennifer's ability to anticipate the needs of her clients, coupled with her follow through and execution of every detail; make her a valuable asset and resource in her day to day. Jennifer has a “go-getter” attitude and will not stop until the work is done. She understands the work ethic needed to make a successful partnership between herself, her clients, and  their suppliers. Jennifer thrives on the successes each receives with thoughtful and strategic collaboration.

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