British Columbia is an unbeatable place for holding any meeting, conference, trade show or convention. Meeting Places offers up-to-date editorial coverage, insight and practical advice for meeting and event-planners as well as anyone for whom group functions are a part of operations.
Our profile of the awarding-winning Simulcast of Synergy event (Best Corporate Teambuilding Event – 2011 Canadian Special Event Meeting Expo West), is featured on page 20 of the digital edition of Northwest Meetings and Events magazine.
Bright Ideas’ advice was included in an article published in the Management section of the April issue of BC Business; with tips for would-be office party planners.
New Year’s Eve is only hours away and so are the hoardes arriving at your doorstep to celebrate 2012’s grand arrival.
Fiona Collie of Investment Executive share a few more tips on how to hold a successful outdoor client event, featuring advice from Bright Ideas Event Coordinators president and CEO, Sharon Bonner.
Investment Executive writer Fiona Collie provides tips on how to liven up your next client event by hosting in the great outdoors, featuring advice from Sharon Bonner, president and CEO of Bright Ideas Event Coordinators.
As we reorganize to increase value to members, the Delta Chamber of Commerce has retained the firm, Bright Ideas Event Coordinators Ltd. to support our two major events of the year, the 23rd Annual Delta Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament on June 24, and the Hats Off to Excellence Awards gala in November.
Sharon Bonner, president and founder of Bright Ideas Event Coordinators Ltd has been nominated in the business category of the 2011 Ethel Tibbits Women of Distinction Awards. Awarded each year, to women who have made significant contributions to local communities, the Tibbits awards recognize achievements in five categories: Arts, Sports, Youth, Business, and Community.
As an event producer, Bonner is committed to a philosophy of sustainability. “Preserving our environment and helping the community promote social and economic longevity is a big part of how we approach event coordination at Bright Ideas,” says Bonner.
Investment Executive’s Fiona Collie shares a few ways to make your next office party a hit, with event planning tips from Bright Ideas Event Coordinators’ Sharon Bonner.