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This collection of power planners, suppliers, speakers and industry insiders is changing the face of events in 2015. Read More

Overpriced drinks pose a challenge for planners on a tight budget. Kinsley’s Casey Hiner discusses her tips and methods for combating costly cocktails. Read More

The new Indiana law allows businesses to deny service to patrons if providing the service would violate their religious beliefs. Critics claim it legalizes discrimination, and the backlash could affect future events coming to the state. Read More

YouTube is a website that most people use on a daily basis, and depending on how you look at it, the site has already or only been around for 10 years. Here are a few things we’ve learned from the online content mogul. Read More

The U.S. Travel Association finds passengers are willing to do their part to fight long lines and other discomforts associated with flying. Read More

The much-anticipated 1 Hotel South Beach opened in March 2015 as the first of three eco-minded properties this year from Barry Sternlicht. Read More

Planners and suppliers reach to the past and stretch to the future to incorporate wellness into meetings. Read More

Monica Lewinksy’s message at TED in Vancouver highlights real-world issues effecting the meetings industry. Read More

Event Internet services provider Xponet’s senior vice president of global operations and business development discusses new Wi-Fi standards he implemented at Hilton Orlando. Read More

This 179-room property debuted in late 2014. Built along the Intracoastal Waterway, it has a contemporary design combined with elegant meeting space. Read More

It’s always the elephant in the room. It’s a delicate dance to build the foundation for a professional partnership without either side being perceived as presumptuous by the other. Read More

Wallace Reed, hotel chauffeur for The Ritz-Carlton, Atlanta, shares some of his most memorable experiences in 31 years behind the wheel. Read More

As prices at the pump has maintained their low levels for several months, the news may not be all good for the events industry. Read More

Hotel rate piracy can cost planners big money. Here’s what event organizers who bank on hotel room blocks need to know to stop it from happening to them. Read More

Guest contributor Karl Bjelland gives a behind-the-scenes report from Facebook for Business Bootcamp in Dublin. Read More

Senior editor Matt Swenson reports on his first trip into the TED world, which involved discussions on parenting, career choices, stress relief and community development. Read More

Why not turn all your time on the road into an opportunity for edutainment? Whether you’re interested in improving speaking skills or brushing up on site inspection know-how, there’s a podcast for you. Read More

Playing off BuzzFeed’s popular post about Olivia Wilde’s Twitter feed, we make the case she should have been a meeting planner instead of an actress. Read More

Critics say Delta’s new-look SkyMiles program doesn’t offer much incentive to stay loyal to the airline. Read More

A turf war has begun in Delta’s backyard. Read More