"Post-Covid, corporate events and conferences will never be the same. And maybe that's a good thing." Read more about the shift in the event landscape, from our CEO Bob Priest-Heck.
Freeman is committed to a culture-rich workplace focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion. For AAPI Heritage Month, we asked a few of our Freeman colleagues to share what this month means to them. Today, we’re talking to Rachel Kutos, Sr 2D Designer. “I think the first step in understanding Asians is to recognize that we are all different. Chinese people have different cultures, food, history, and experiences from Japanese people, Koreans, Filipinos, Indians, etc. For allyship, my opinion is simply this: Don't treat anyone different or special… just treat everyone the same. Show all people kindness, respect, understanding, and compassion – which, in my experience, everybody at Freeman already does! Exposure to other cultures can be enriching and enlightening – and it can promote understanding and better camaraderie. I think the fastest way to someone's heart is through food and if you’re open-minded about trying different cuisines, more bridges can be built. So, my recommendation is to try new things and support your local Asian restaurants!”
Making moments with Amazon Ads was an absolute blast! Learn more about this special event in a feature from BizBash.
Freeman is committed to a culture-rich workplace focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion. Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month kicked off on May 1. To celebrate, we asked a few of our Freeman colleagues what this month means to them. Today, we’re talking to Katie Stanley, Sr Project Manager. “It’s been so encouraging to experience DE&I efforts taking shape at Freeman, celebrating the multi-cultural makeup of our employees across North America and worldwide. We must continue to acknowledge and embrace the multitude of employee backgrounds here to further solidify our incredible Freeman culture.”
Freeman is honored to celebrate with Webex by Cisco for the ex awards Best B-to-B Conference or Event!
We celebrate AAPI Heritage Month at Freeman to recognize and honor the significant contributions and experiences of the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities today and throughout our history – and to explore ways we can learn, grow, and support each other.
Sustainability matters. Prioritizing eco-conscious choices makes a difference not only because it's good for the environment, but because it's good for business. Through initiatives large and small, we're working to help our customers make lasting impact on their audiences, not the environment. Learn how Freeman is building greener experiences.
Artfully designed experiences create energy that leads to change. Learn more about "An artful approach to human connections – even in the metaverse" in this Fast Company article authored by Freeman’s head of Strategy, Jeff Rutchik.
We're excited that 86% of business travelers are READY to get back to business travel (when the right protocols are in place)! April 7 is Global Meetings Industry Day: the perfect time to spotlight the importance of the global meetings industry. There are a lot of great celebrations happening - check out this list from the US Travel Association. #MeetSafe #GMID2022
Freeman is committed to a culture-rich workplace focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion. For Women’s History Month, we asked a few of our Freeman colleagues to share what this month means to them. Today, we’re talking to Tan Wells – Sr Director, Client Solutions. What does Women’s History Month mean to you? Women’s History Month is a time to reflect and honor the contributions of women in leadership and in our field. Freeman has amazing women in its history who have paved the way for so many (me included)! Not only should we look back but also look at where we are today. Women have been so strong leading in business and with families, making history the past two years by persevering through countless simultaneous first-time challenges in our industry, at home, and in society. What we’ve lived through has been taxing for everyone, but we continue leading the way and leading Freeman. We are strong, focused women. Survivors. Trailblazers. Front-runners.