Perez Art Museum Miami

Greater Miami blends international style and luxe lifestyle for groups seeking multicultural fun (and work) in the sun. Read More

Mandalay Bay’s VP of Sales on Expansion, Rates and Navigating a Supplier’s Market

Vegas mainstay Mandalay Bay is banking on a 350,000-sq.-ft. expansion of its exhibit space to usher in a turnaround. Read More

Kate Spade to Launch iPhone-Charging Purse

This iPhone-charging purse by Kate Spade is a dream come true for on-the-go, fashion-forward planners. Read More


From productivity assistance to reading attendees’ emotions, here are three apps to enhance your work. Read More

These two books offer a crash course in leadership for those aiming for the C-suite. Read More

What do Google, Alphabet, “Mission Impossible” and wellness have to do with meetings? Read More

From $2 million here to $58 million there to $200 million over there, Houston’s parks are getting major facelifts. Corporate planners will love them for outdoor events. Read More

Greater Miami blends international style and luxe lifestyle for groups seeking multicultural fun (and work) in the sun. Read More

This iPhone-charging purse by Kate Spade is a dream come true for on-the-go, fashion-forward planners. Read More

Aerial gondolas bring a modern vibe to the historic neighborhood of Georgetown in Washington, D.C. Read More

Batch, a monthly subscription-based box of local goods, reimagines the standard corporate gift. Read More

Planners are embracing change, finally, and taking Meetings Mean Business to a new level. Read More

Venture into southeast Alaska for an insider’s glimpse into corporate incentive opportunities at two luxury fishing lodges. Read More

BitterSweet’s bracelets add professional flair to disguise the all-too-casual hair tie around the wrist. Read More

Vegas mainstay Mandalay Bay is banking on a 350,000-sq.-ft. expansion of its exhibit space to usher in a turnaround. Read More

Ten years later, Donna Karl Sakelakos, CMP, who wrote New Orleans’ book on emergency preparedness, discusses the city’s recovery from Katrina and the lessons the events industry can learn from the response. Read More

Planners can use Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms to attract diverse attendees. Read More

Chain shifts 10 international properties into its new top-tier category, with more on the way later this year. Read More

Surprising spaces and exciting renovations at the stylish Andaz San Diego practically force planers to think outside the box. Read More

Sheena Vollmer, new director of design for Atlanta’s Bold American Events, talks event decor trends—from rock violinists to glamping. Read More

Planners seeking Bayside luxury with easy access to San Diego’s buzzing Gaslamp District will find it all at the newly renovated Grand Hyatt San Diego. Read More

Barnsley Resort, North Georgia’s luxury mountain retreat is an upscale boutique resort outside of Atlanta catering to the sophisticated side of wilderness seekers. Read More

Proving your value as a meeting planner requires rethinking your attitude and creating a story. Read More

Twenty years after the breakup of Yugoslavia, Serbia has emerged as a top market for conferences and incentives. Read More

In the last five years as director of sales for Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego, Michael Kofsky has seen the hotel market come full circle. Read More

Google and Apple use their biggest events to try to one-up each other with the latest technologies. Read More

Raquel “Rocky” Dufauchard Baptiste, CMP, of the New Orleans CVB discusses how a DMO can be a valuable resource for corporate planners. Read More

Alexander Hamilton bids adieu as the face of the $10 bill, making way for a female counterpart. Read More

Chloe’s Soft Serve Fruit Co. launched a new product perfect for planners with weight-conscious and dietary-challenged attendees. They’re free of dairy, gluten, fat and the eight major allergens—plus they’re vegan and kosher pareve. Read More

Hoteliers trim the fat on their brand names according to these trends. Read More

The Inn at Newport Ranch presents an opportunity for an exclusive luxury retreat on Northern California’s Mendocino Coast. Read More

Two decades since suffering through a genocide, Rwanda is now in the infancy of its efforts to draw business travelers to the devastated region. Read More

It was love at first site visit for Kelsey Ogletree exploring meeting venues and local culture in Greenville, South Carolina. Read More

Phillip J. Jones, president and CEO of the Dallas CVB, discusses the city’s effort to draw LGBT events, the latest push in its ambitious diversity campaign. Read More

The reaction to the former olympian’s transformation demonstrates that society has some catching up to do to event professionals focused on inclusion. Read More

Partnership aims to help planners draw big crowds to citywide conferences and major events. Read More

Golf courses try alternative strategies to bring in a new wave of Millennial golfers, refreshing what’s previously been a long and frustrating game. Read More

Corporate planners can set their event apart by starting with the hardware. Industrial designer Andrew Watson discusses modern awards and trophies. Read More

Encouraged by Cape Town’s social progress, an increasing number of international groups are considering the South African city as a destination for conferences, meetings and events Read More

Shane Green, 25-year hospitality industry vet and host of Travel Channel’s “Resort Rescue,” is a pro at curating memorable incentive trips. Here, some of his tips of the trade. Read More