Using liquid nitrogen to craft attention-getting foods is not a new concept, but when done right, it can be a real crowd-pleaser at events. Read More

Nominations Wanted for Collaborate’s 2016 40 Under 40

Recommend your colleagues and other professionals in the corporate event industry for this year’s Collaborate 40 Under 40. Read More

Quirk Hotel, Richmond’s Modern New Addition

Opened in a historic building in September, Richmond’s Quirk Hotel has a clean look and a lived-in feel. Read More

Corporate events make up 50 percent of the meetings business at San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter and Riverwalk. Read More

The terrorist attacks in Paris struck a nerve in this country, which is still grappling with Islam’s role in society nearly 15 years after Sept. 11. We asked five planners from faith-based/cultural organizations for their perspective. Read More

Improve your skills and your results by following this advice, preparing and practicing. Read More

Marriott and Starwood merger creates the world’s largest hotel company. Read More

This weekend’s tragic events in Paris underscore the dangers surrounding meetings. Here is our three-part series addressing events security. Read More

As you prepare to fly for the holidays, consider a new study that rates the most germ-infested areas on an airplane. Read More

Selecting wine for groups can be a headache, but it doesn’t have to be. Adem Sash and Jill Davis, both somms and wine directors on top of the vino game at Del Frisco’s Restaurant Group, decant some myths behind the process. Read More

Three planners share what Veterans Day means to them, personal connections to those who served and why all of us in this industry should never forget the debt we owe the military. Read More

On Veterans Day, we asked Collinson Media & Events’ VP of Marketplaces Patrick Higgins to reflect on the impact his military service has today. Read More

Telling your boss, manager and team that you’ve decided it’s time to quit can be daunting. Here’s a guide on how to quit your job gracefully. Read More

When you’re on the road, your workspace is often reduced to any corner shop with Wi-Fi. Enter co-working, an idea giving planners an office space on the go. Read More

Go Meet, Wyndham’s new meeting planner loyalty program, has no blackout dates, earning caps or property limits. Three planners weigh in on its usefulness. Read More

In an open letter, Consumer Electronics Association President and CEO Gary Shapiro backs a proposal to expand the major meetings venue. Read More

Heed this advice from industry veterans before organizing your next event. Read More

To favorite or retweet? That is the question. Here’s one expert’s breakdown on the best ways to use Twitter’s tools. Read More

To be successful in negotiations, planners must create a plan based on specific hotel revenue management criteria. Here are six aspects to focus on. Read More

The 486,600 square feet of exhibit space and 15,630 hotel rooms may be nice, but can they trump the scenic beach and historic boardwalk of Atlantic City? You decide, planners. Read More

Neighborhoods steeped with culture in these five cities practically do the planning for you when it comes to off-site adventures. Read More

Trader Vic’s dishes on the modern-day comeback of the old-school tiki trend. Read More

The World Health Organization says bacon and red meat cause cancer, so you may have no choice but to stick with the old meetings standby. Read More

Mexico’s Pacific coast is bracing for Hurricane Patricia to hit this Friday evening. Here’s how a few resorts in the Puerto Vallarta area are preparing. Read More

Modern interiors and early 1900s architecture combined with cutting edge in-room technology, the new Godfrey Hotel Boston looks set to draw corporate meetings in droves. Read More

Using liquid nitrogen to craft attention-getting foods is not a new concept, but when done right, it can be a real crowd-pleaser at events. Read More

The CEO of Edison Nation discusses the inaugural event that drew 1,000 attendees looking for a big break to Atlanta. Read More

One restaurant owner’s decision to end tipping ignites a new debate over an age-old practice. It’s another in a growing list of social issues edging into meetings. Read More

Opened in a historic building in September, Richmond’s Quirk Hotel has a clean look and a lived-in feel. Read More

Our Kelsey Ogletree came to IMEX America knowing that’s where business gets done. But she learned there’s much more to the trade show than sales pitches. Read More

Calling all history buffs: These six landmark spaces may have storied pasts, but they hold a bright future for meetings. Read More

The Massachusetts Convention Center Authority hopes to cash in on the 2.7-acre outdoor space adjacent to the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. Read More

In honor of Global Hand-Washing Day, here are three ways planners can encourage hygiene and prevent illness at meetings. Read More

Has Generation X been forgotten as everyone tries to lure the Millennial audience to their events and meetings? Read More

There is more to Green Bay, Wisconsin, than the beloved Packers, and these four meeting spaces are out to prove it. Read More

The homes of these three performers are available for rented for an exclusive incentive experience. Read More

From upscale noshes down to unbeatable brews, Grand Rapids, Michigan, is every foodie’s dream city. Read More

With a new convention center in Harrah’s, Atlantic City is striking a chord with the meetings industry. Read More

To celebrate Veterans Day, we spoke with a handful of military veterans who now serve others in the hospitality industry. Read More

An influential woman who’s spent her career teaching others about the intricacies of planning meetings is honored by the industry she’s served for 30 years. Read More