0429_WA_DC_The Watergate

The reopening of the famed Watergate Hotel in Washington, D.C., promises to be worth the wait. Read More

A Rebirth for The St. Regis New York

The St. Regis New York General Manager Hermann Elger discusses how a $100 million renovation has paid for one of New York’s most luxurious hotels. Read More

Meeting Swag: Hip Key Tags

Every meeting needs a little swag. Source outside your usual spheres and snag this cool tag by Various Projects for attendees. Read More


DMAI’s new president and CEO, Don Welsh, discusses the association’s surprising layoffs, strategic realignment and global goals. Read More

The highly anticipated University of Colorado A Line, opened April 22, puts Denver on the right track toward better public transportation. Read More

Three venues get in on the latest trend in meetings: meditation and mindfulness. Read More

Georama is a new-to-you virtual reality travel platform offering live virtual tours for meeting professionals of destinations around the world. Read More

Editor Kelsey Ogletree shares five ideas for making a first-time event successful, based on observations from the Thin Air Innovation Festival in Park City. Read More

AV expert Mike Stengel of global event technology company PSAV shares his answers to the top 10 FAQs among meeting planners. Read More

Cake pops are out. Cake jars are in. Offer these deconstructed desserts as a satisfying meal ender or snack break. Read More

As meetings are celebrated worldwide, we look at the value of the event industry’s biggest trends. Read More

Adopt a few of these creative ways from Washington, D.C.-based Taylor & Hov Events and Design on how to ramp up social media engagement during your next event. Read More

If you’re a meeting professional planning an event in Portland, here are seven reasons you may not want to return home after your site visit. Read More

Asheville, North Carolina, proves a welcome respite from ordinary meetings—with many new options on tap. Read More

For planners who view diction as an addiction, behold three new buzzwords to adopt into your vocab in 2016. Read More

Sarah Johnson, director of food and beverage at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, offers her advice for crafting an expert menu of food and beer pairings for events. Read More

The luxury Trump International Hotel Washington, D.C., is slated to open in September 2016, two years ahead of schedule. Read More

Former private chef for golf pro Tiger Woods, Matthew Byrne creates a sample event menu of the best eats for staying on top of your game. Read More

Get your imagination moving with the Connect Corporate origami fortuneteller. Read More

The cherry blossoms are a big draw for visitors of the nation’s capital, but attendees may be better off coming another time of year. Read More

Buffet-style ideas may be stationary, but they’re never sedentary. Shake up your F&B with these three trending concepts for action stations. Read More

After serving Virginia Beach for 42 years, Jim Ricketts passes away after a short illness. Read More

Go beyond safaris when planning a once-in-a-lifetime incentive trip to Africa, rife with giveback opportunities and luxury experiences. Read More

The reopening of the famed Watergate Hotel in Washington, D.C., promises to be worth the wait. Read More

Studying for the CMP? Snag the updated 2016 Industry Glossary from the Convention Industry Council to help you ace the exam. Read More

The St. Regis New York General Manager Hermann Elger discusses how a $100 million renovation has paid for one of New York’s most luxurious hotels. Read More

A human resources guru schools us on best practices for retaining and developing quality staff. Read More

Every meeting needs a little swag. Source outside your usual spheres and snag this cool tag by Various Projects for attendees. Read More

DMAI’s new president and CEO, Don Welsh, discusses the association’s surprising layoffs, strategic realignment and global goals. Read More

Here are three reasons why Old Navy’s Pixie midrise ankle pants are a fashion fundamental for most any meeting prof. Read More

Jennifer Davis, director of sales and marketing at 21c Museum Hotel Lexington, discusses the highly anticipated Kentucky property’s opening. Read More

Corporate event planner Leah Block is more than just a former contestant on ABC’s hit reality TV show “The Bachelor.” She’s making her mark in the meetings industry. Read More

Go beyond safaris when planning a once-in-a-lifetime incentive trip to Africa, rife with giveback opportunities as well as luxury experiences. Read More

TED founder and curator Chris Anderson’s new book will help you transition from behind-the-scenes to stage-ready. Read More

Twitter is 10 years old. Here are a few tried and true tips to use the platform. Read More

Spice up your work ensemble planners with these five wearables. Read More

Negate the wait. Taking steps to manage your downtime while traveling on business helps maximize your productivity. Here, four tips for capitalizing on otherwise wasted moments.
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The European meetings industry looks to Maarten Vanneste, author and founder of The Fresh Conference, for next-gen ideas. Read More

See who made our annual 40 Under 40 list of young rock stars in corporate meetings, event technology and design, as well as speakers and hospitality industry headliners. Read More

In this webinar on April 20, Jared Beard will share his secrets on how to use social media for good instead of evil. Read More