We're excited to announce this education session for the 2018 Unconvention:
Led by Sureena Parmar, Director of Client and Strategic Relations at Meetingmax
Event hotel room blocks can quickly become complicated when you add in multiple properties and multiple tiers of attendees. This session will educate you on everything you need to know about event sub-blocks. We'll review a range of events that use anywhere from 10 to 100+ sub-blocks per event. With over 7 years of using the Meetingmax System, Sureena will walk you through everything she knows about sub-blocks.
- Moving inventory between various sub-blocks
- New sub-block functionality within the Meetingmax system
- Expert tips on the best methods to manage multiple sub-blocks
Sureena’s passion for people took her to some of the most beautiful locations in BC as she ventured down the path of working at the top hotel brands in Canada - the prestigious Fairmont Empress Hotel in Victoria Harbour, the rustic Wickaninnish Inn on Chesterman Beach in Tofino, and the tallest building in Vancouver, the Shangri-La Hotel. She spent most of her time with her hotel guests ensuring they had the most optimal experience in the city and was fortunate enough to be in the presence of many world-renowned individuals from His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the Queen Elizabeth II and Muhammad Ali just to name drop a bit.
She found her path to Meetingmax after learning of the office culture and slipper policy. There was no turning back once she heard she could work in slippers instead of high heels. Sureena has been working with various Convention & Visitor Bureaus (CVBs) and PCOs across North America to help them successfully launch their events in Meetingmax.
About the Unconvention:
The Meetingmax Unconvention provides first-class education and training on event housing, and is truly our industry’s “must attend” conference on accommodation management. The education sessions at the Unconvention focus on running successful housing events, uncovering new revenue streams, and staying current of industry trends.