• Plante Moran Offers New Executive Boardroom for Nonproftit Organizations

     
    POSTED April 4, 2014
     

Plante Moran unveiled the new state-of-the-art executive boardroom for not-for-profit organizations, community groups and associations in need of a venue for meetings or events. The boardroom, located in downtown Chicago, seats 18 people and features a large television monitor, Internet access and video connection.

"We are thrilled to offer Chicago’s not-for-profits, community groups and associations complimentary use of our Executive Boardroom for their meetings and events," said Tom Kinder, Plante Moran’s Chicago office managing partner. "We are excited to showcase our new conference center in downtown Chicago and are confident that all who use it will be impressed with its ambiance.

Chicago-area not-for-profits, community groups and associations can use Plante Moran's boardroom at no cost between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.

Due to COVID-19, non-essential travel was, or has been, banned for months. Long anticipated trips and in-person gatherings were canceled and people have adjusted to the new normal: staying at home and meeting over Zoom. However, states have been slowly lifting restrictions, and non-essential travel will soon be happening across the country again. However, some may not be as comfortable with the thought of traveling as they were before the pandemic.  

 

Although several cities are opening up again, many offices are still enforcing work from home policies. As they did when Stay at Home first began, plenty of organizations are still offering webinars with insights on how to tackle the new normal. Gaining new knowledge is a great way to use extra time that might have been spent on a commute. 

Here at M+E, we’ll keep the following list updated, as some webinars are live and some are pre-recorded. Please email lauren.pahmeier@tigeroak.com to add more applicable webinars to the list.

 

As the spread of the novel coronavirus continues to put immense pressure on the U.S. health care system and the people who keep it running, the American Hotel and Lodging Association is working to connect hotels with health workers who are struggling to find housing.