At SHW, we love traveling to work with clients across the globe. Recently, we traveled to Tokyo for a client’s annual meeting.
Tokyo is the most populous city in the world, and a hotspot for technology innovations, food, culture, and more. Here are some of our top tips for planning your next trip.
The tales of traffic woes in Portland are true. But don’t let that keep you from visiting this wonderful city.
One of the joys of Portland, though, is how easy it is to get around! Without the stress of finding parking or being trapped by one-way streets, painlessly explore all that Portland has to offer.
Individual travelers now opt more for the “wow” factor when choosing a place to stay. Should corporate groups consider these same unique experiences?
Before you go booking your next corporate retreat in a treehouse hotel, consider these tips from SHW’s site sourcing team.
If someone asks what gives Portland its friendly yet quirky reputation, goats come to mind.
Portland was the epicenter of the pygmy goat yoga craze a few years back, and there’s a beloved community of 14 goats that is a must-see stop for locals and tourists alike. Of course, there’s a lot more to Portland than goats. Here are a few things we love about Portland, which makes it perfect as an incentive destination.
At SHW we love that our event-planning jobs take us all over the world! Recently we were in Mexico City for a medical research conference. As the fifth largest city in the world, Mexico City is a true melting pot of cultures with an endless variety of food, historical sites, and activities. Here are a few of our favorites.
John Ellard recently joined the SHW team as SVP of Creative & Production. Over the past 25 years, he’s worked on some amazing programs any event planner would love to be involved with: Cannes Film Festival, SXSW, and Microsoft Xbox events, as well as many concerts, brand activations, conferences, and expos.
SHW summer intern Jonny Sievert spent a few minutes talking with John about his work.