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Convene Salary Survey 2013 AVERAGE SALARY INCREASE IN 2013*


*For those receiving salary increases 90= +9% Vice President 40= +4% Director 50= +5% Manager 70= +7% Overall change (all positions)


THE ROLE OF STRATEGIC MEETINGS MANAGEMENT (SMM) IN 2013 8+92 8% SMM is in place; program is expanding 10+90 10% SMM is in place; no plans for expansion 18+82 18% SMM not in place; actively considering a program 56+44 56% SMM not in place; not considering a program


2013 SALARY AVERAGE BY GEOGRAPHIC AREA NORTHEAST 925= $92,500 Vice President 975= $97,500 Director 692= $69,250 Manager


MIDWEST


1000+875= $187,500 Vice President 960= $96,000 Director 655= $65,566 Manager


SOUTH


1000+257= $125,714 Vice President 945= $94,516 Director 651= $65,179 Manager


WEST


1000+250= $125,000 Vice President 936= $93,636 Director 819= $81,923 Manager


‘Having no authority but lots of responsibility.’


‘Calming down high- maintenance attendees.’


100+74+73+48+81 PCMA.ORG


‘I know I’ve created the beast by making it look easy; not all staff have respect for the position or see all the hard work and long hours that really go into planning events.’


the best


‘No two days are the same. I make connections with a lot of different vendors all over the country and get to experience people’s excitement when they’re on site, at the meeting.’


the worst


‘I am so busy with the logistical execution of the events that I don’t have much time to focus on the strategic elements such as metrics, new technology, ROI, etc.’


JUNE 2013 PCMA CONVENE


63


68+32+x


55+45+x


76+4+6+14+x 40+22+4+34+x


89+11+x


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