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Category Archive: Teamwork

  1. 7 Tips to Keep Meetings Exciting

    Published on by Melody Burnett

    Many companies and organizations are currently planning for next year’s annual meeting. Keeping recurring events like the annual meeting fresh and new is no easy accomplishment in today’s dynamic business climate where out with the old and in with the new is the expectation for nearly every occasion. Events must evolve with the times to Read More

  2. Sports Event Certification Enhances Ability to Serve Visitors

    Published on by Melody Burnett

    One of the best-kept secrets about High Point is the abundance and quality of our sports facilities. We have first-class baseball, soccer, tennis, bowling and gymnastics facilities — not to mention the new High Point Rowing Club www.highpointrowing.com on beautiful Oak Hollow Lake. To strengthen the High Point Convention & Visitors Bureau’s ability to serve Read More

  3. Businesswoman of the Year – Mena Parrish Promotes Teamwork

    Published on by Tim Mabe

    The High Point Chamber of Commerce has named Mena Parrish our chairwoman of the High Point Convention and Visitors Bureau and general manager of the J.H. Adams Inn and Hampton’s Restaurant, as its 2014 Businesswoman of the year. The Businesswoman of the Year Award is presented annually to a Chamber member who has demonstrated and Read More

  4. Small Meeting Destination – Creative Team Building Ideas

    Published on by Melody Burnett

    When it comes to team building, the now-cliché “trust fall” from many years ago is long gone. These days, team building can take many forms: competitive cooking challenges, spirited bowling matches, golf outings and arcade games. A 2014 survey of meeting trends shows that team building continues to be a strong trend. Destination Hotels and Read More

  5. The Team Work Supporting Ignite High Point

    Published on by Tim Mabe

    Recently, Ignite High Point brought world famous, Andres Duany of Duany Plater-Zyberk (DPZ) to develop a master plan for the Uptown area, Market District, Oak Hollow Mall area, and High Point University. In his assessment of High Point, he identified our primary weakness and strength as the two large spikes created by the Furniture Market Read More