With spring 2017 almost upon us, the latest set of hotel builds, restorations and renovations emerge.
What do airlines have in store for business travelers this year? Steady prices and cheaper options.
Whether you’re just starting out or looking to move into a high-level position, we hope you’ll find something here that inspires you to climb the corporate
Greg Palomino, founder of CRE8AD8, shares two unheard-of scenarios he’s done as extreme incentives for groups looking for a memorable experience.
In need of a dose of motivation? Let Elon Musk's encounters with failure inspire you to never give up and always work to achieve your goals.
Angie Ahrens, CMP, senior director of meetings and events at Connect, shares why she sticks to a “change is good” mentality for her events.
Meet Connect Corporate’s 2017 40 Under 40. This class of meeting architects is dreaming up a new future for corporate meetings and events.
Before you set your sights north of the border, consider these four need-to-know topics for traveling to Canada.
Learn why planners are choosing bucket-list destination Dubrovnik, Croatia, for their meetings and incentives.
The managing director of Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort, a major hotel player in Hawaii, shares why the Aloha State will never fall out of
Disneyland entices incentive groups with an over-the-top dining experience set in Walt Disney’s reimagined family apartment, 21 Royal.
Greg Lepesh, the new executive chef at Asilomar Conference Grounds, talks what's trending in palate- and people-pleasing event F&B.
Email campaigns are one of the most effective and affordable ways to promote your event. Develop your email blueprint with these seven tips.
Working with a logistics vendor for your next event? We've got six tips you can use to master your relationship with vendors and rental managers.
We asked Robin Ryan, career counselor and best-selling author of “60 Seconds & You’re Hired!”, for her tips on asking for a raise.
Gain valuable feedback, streamline your planning process and enhance the attendee experience by huddling up your team for a post-event debrief.
Hybrid events are a cost-effective solution to long-distance travel and busy schedules. Sophie Turton, content producer at mdgroup, shares seven tips for
Sociologist Dr. Josh Packard identifies four areas planners should focus on to win back the “dones”—those who have become disillusioned with organizations.
Use these three presentation tools to streamline your education sessions. They'll allow you (and your speakers) to breathe a little bit easier.
You’ll want to add this sweet tech from CES 2017 to your wish list.
At last year's Oracle events, creative studio Invisible Light Network created off-beat giveaways that turned attendees' voices into tangible wristbands.
Forget coloring books! Wow attendees with Tilt Brush by Google, an app powered by VR technology that allows users to paint in a 3-D world.
U.K.-based tech company Novalia's high-tech print products like conductive ink posters could be game changers for marketers.
You’ve got 99 problems, and we’re betting event tech issues make up many of them. Q: Should you call a pro, or tackle it yourself?
Gus Vonderheide, vice president of global sales for the Americas at Hyatt Hotels Corporation, discusses his a panoramic view of the meetings landscape.
For the week of March 20-24, we look at the Department of Homeland Security's new laptop ban, DMAI's upcoming name change and creative Oreo flavors.
For the week of March 13-17, we’re chatting one-night hotel rooms, a new look to a beloved meetings company and Greenville, S.C.'s play for the big leagues.
For the week of March 6-10, we’re chatting cookie monsters, a surprising resignation, one teched-out Texas hotel and more.