Le Planificateur n°7-5 septembre 2009
Le Planificateur n°7-5 septembre 2009
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Positive comments on venues can inspire planners We can count on them to make the event flawless and make us look like stars – year after year, event after event. e {. 4. w : 4. i :.. 10.11‘.'t{ 1 your group with the right setting... Boat WING Mt : Cad An hiFtorio Frakce Edward Omni..., irmwilts tutlempararV focilili 49 undll-:ygitrinled gtinAraKvnk :.wLc, list.2 hr5 c851 of ToremLo E3igL5 speed JriLerryeL FREE FYL1kKLNO ▪ Horrds-oa mcrcipliarralc.ovivcry c1nuwx [Hilmar ! building and oxlra...in Waal- 41CLi4iliuc CONTINUED FROM PAGE 25 Cathy Grozdanovski, Executive Assistant Toromont Industries Ltd. One of my favorite venues in Toronto has to be the Steam Whistle Brewery. Since the day it opened, this venue says « fun ! » How could it not given its core business ? Add to that a terrific location with one of the most exciting views of the downtown, a tremendous staff that is trained, eager and polite, wonderful event spaces that have been sensitively restored, a fabulous new patio and great parking. I also respect management's commitment to local Canadian art that is displayed throughout the facility. These are the reasons why I rate the Steam Whistle Brewery as one of the best venues in Toronto. Victor Pianosi Flip Events My favorite venue has to be the Estate of Sunnybrook in particular McLean House. They have just recently renovated the meeting rooms and they are spectacular. It’s a treat to have lunch outside on F iri cEaaa r egi¢nnl cuisirlc irt J1mclia'a Cordarr ♦=acLa] face anI Ir4e arL,afnuvoerY m dur Beaky Itcn*ro pub Grcer, fi:lurestzalarc : hcaling erxi airc¢rldi4lxling : solar boil reaicr:crrcrlg}-rIIF4itu [Lightiag : hri-Glrcr sepLic alcrgy-cfG4knlAl4 iric hiri-dc..6ih14rnalii. r of 21X19 aad rekteive 3 gift orrtiJi.cale fac two bights'$craiticaoda4oa thalr.-u. 15e ma. is ai liLaSLSiVt, Rift. or reward The Waring House I n n l9vey 33 k iNyiatlr 1, F'icloA wwW.xArnLBIIMuxiL.ccirn W421-4956.1 613-4715-749Z I aakargwar4nghQuae,cem the covered veranda (especially if it is raining) and view the beautiful gardens – it’s a 10+ venue. Frances McAllister, Coordinator, Board & Member Services Ontario Real Estate Association One of my favorite venues in Toronto is (as corny as this may sound) the CN Tower. First, the view of this fair city on a clear day is outstanding ! Second, the restaurant at the top ; not only is it delightful in its decor (and spinning) but the food is marvelous and the staff is superb. Third, (because it’s where I got engaged) seeing it from my condo balcony on a sunny Friday afternoon can often bring a real flutter to my heart. It’s a great GREAT landmark for this City – one we should be super proud of ! Carrie Penner, Director, Operations BCN.tv If you're looking for a venue that is perfect for a networking event, my vote goes to the Academy for Spherical Arts on Snooker Street. Originally a factory that produced billiard tables – the venue is madeup of different rooms – all that feature incredible pool tables or more correctly works of art – that are included in the rental ! In addition to the services of a pool shark – they offer a variety of other forms of entertainment - have friendly staff and good food at reasonable prices. We used the facility as a conference « Fun Night » and it was a great success ! Highly recommended and we will keep them in mind for any other opportunity that may arise. Tracy Taylor Taylor & Associates Thanks for this opportunity. I had a meeting recently at the Auberge du Pommier (dinner meeting) and the atmosphere was superb. For summer or winter events it is a beautiful venue. Gardens or fire places. Service was handled very professionally and the presentation of the food nicely done. I would recommend this venue for a small/medium dinner meeting or a private wine & cheese event. Janet Hutchison, Account Manager The Health Initiative Inc. One of my favorite venues in Toronto is the newly renovated 2nd floor private room (with bar) above the Duke of Kent near Yonge and Eglinton where I have held a monthly dinner meeting for a business group for the past 18 months. The food is delicious and the service great. The venue is conveniently located near a subway stop making it very easy to get there and the parking lot on the side street has great rates after 6 p.m. I felt that we obtained great value with a smile ! Anne-Marie de Lavison Planet Bilingual Meetings & Incentives 26 Le PLANIFICATEUR Septembre’09
DMCs – What are they and how are they best used ? BY SANDY BIBACK, CMP, CMM Convention Industry Council’s APEX Glossary defines a DMC as « A professional services company possessing extensive local knowledge, expertise and resources, specializing in the design and implementation of events, activities, tours, transportation and program logistics. Depending on the company and the staff specialists in the company, they offer, but are not limited to, the following : creative proposals for special events within the meeting ; guest tours ; VIP amenities and transportation ; shuttle services ; staffing within convention centers and hotels ; teambuilding, golf outings and other activities ; entertainment, including sound and lighting ; décor and theme development ; ancillary meetings and management professionals ; and, advance meetings andonsite registration services and housing. » On the Web : www.apexsolution.org/glossary.htm The key for me is that a DMC is the authority on the city you are going to. When I was asked to write this article, it was suggested that I focus on Toronto. I got to thinking, this is a great opportunity to emphasize the value of a DMC in whatever city Discover Downsview Park Claxnswi4w Park, in thii heart of the Greater Toronto ArQa, situakcd on 557. acr>rs cf r*crratioaal space feattirjng hiistark offerlag Indoor and outdoor verlwes year round.l.Y r c1- da+aec16a.1a'Parkt.m sctarrirrradoto.. ErMLopee.i. res oragtans Lotpwake{rtinits Flmrtrarvan and plas Holiday prim - Tr ado dyrrr, SpeclaL eveNts and sparts'M.. I Cirtsltr worts Fsdlltlpç _. Irdacr an. auhdcor hoick InIror beech voILsti3OLL co,rks, hit had4eyynnk, tiadloartral.rgmp,p,4,10-kar,Ing, autd4ar pantkldk far:dity, orrtn arts andrnoro CantKt the termrS N+tnati+sn ParkrriVrs inlIQrmp¢1:l - 41.6554-4544 416-56,2,2266. www.dvwn sviewpa rk.ca the meeting is being planned. By virtue of the definition, I can now take my meeting anywhere, connect with a DMC and ensure my client’s objectives and reasons for taking the meeting to that city are met. And just as important, the DMC will be wellaware of the local culture, permits required and laws and staffing. They will save me time, save my client money. So, how do you go about finding a credible DMC ? Start with Association of Destination Management Executives (ADME) an organization of credible Destination Management Companies, worldwide. You may want a company who employs a DMCP (Destination Management Certified Professional). You can also get information about local DMCs from the local Convention and Visitors’Bureau or Destination Marketing Organization, such as Tourism Toronto. On the Web : www.seetorontonow.com/MeetingPlanners.aspx Click on At Your Service (at top), then go to Meeting Services, then finally click on Search This Section at right, category Destination Management Companies and you will get a list of DMCs.. Piet 4dtinti+rw Phrl Ciffm.a CONTINUED ON PAGE 28 8-1 Qorrrtrp.ipw Pork adiçrc r'.wthlwxqu raid for yawrrwrt e4edt_. ▪r,.üsev.ce evrr+i



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