Lent

Use the next six weeks to shed some common bad habits in the events world. Read More

Top 10 Cities for Finding Love

There are plenty of fish in the sea, but these 10 cities have the clearest waters for singles to wade through. Read More

Org to Partner With Now: Open Door Mission

Open Door Mission in Omaha, Nebraska, partners with groups meeting nearby to meet the needs of the homeless and hungry every day. Read More


Our editor-in-chief recounts her first time at the 2016 European Meetings & Events Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark—anchored by eight buzzwords. Read More

In our next webinar on Tuesday, Feb. 16, Thrive! Meetings & Events’ Tracy Stuckrath will reveal her tricks of the trade for establishing creative F&B on a limited budget. Read More

New Yorkers had the chance to win flights and hotel stays in Palm Springs, California, by chipping away at a block of ice. Read More

Denver Broncos’ champion QB Peyton Manning shares a few secrets to success – proven by last night’s Super Bowl win. Read More

Break out the crayons and channel your inner child: Adult coloring books are the latest trend in stress relief. Read More

Forty 1 North brings a modern, sophisticated touch to historic Newport, Rhode Island. Read More

Preparations and development for the 2017 Super Bowl in Houston will benefit planners long after the final kick. Read More

The native New Mexican discusses her promotion to CVB president and CEO and what’s ahead for Albuquerque. Read More

Evelyne White, co-founder and CEO of BookaLokal, a peer-to-peer dining site, dishes on the keys to owning a business. Read More

Fox has a hit on its hands with the success of “Grease: Live.” Here are some tips from their production that you can take to your next live event. Read More

Tim Brown, a beloved leader and mentor for many event professionals, died unexpectedly in January. Read More

Here are five takeaways to convince a client to plan an event in Iceland. Read More

Score a touchdown at your next event by learning from 50 years’ worth of championship football games. Read More

Edd Karlan, director of sales and marketing at Hilton West Palm Beach, is keen on drawing new business to Palm Beach County in 2016. Read More

Big-box distributors carry a stigma for some farm-to-table chefs who rely exclusively on products from local farmers, but remain the most economical and efficient option for catering and events. Read More

The once forbidden island is open for business, and meeting professionals willing to navigate its challenges will reap the rewards of being among the first to take a group there. Read More

Work has begun on a $470 million project to restore Los Angeles’ aging convention center and its stature in the meetings industry. Read More

FAM trips are meant to make the guest want to book future events in the destinations, but if they aren’t executed well, they can have the opposite effect. Read More

Virgin America is touting its improved in-flight Wi-Fi through partnerships with Netflix, Spotify and The New York Times. Read More

Mountain Khakis, an outdoor apparel company based in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, flew about a dozen high-level executives to Cashiers, North Carolina, this fall for a corporate leadership retreat at High Hampton Inn & Country Club. Read More

A new palm-size gluten sensor called Nima may help alleviate the stress of eating away from home. Read More

On Wednesday, Jan. 27, Shawna Suckow, CMP, will lead a webinar discussing audience engagement techniques that actually work. Read More

Brrr is a new cool-to-the-touch, high-tech fabric used in everything from turtlenecks to tank tops. Rest assured it will keep you chill when things heat up on the job. Read More

San Diego’s unparalleled location is rivaled only by its abundance of high-class hotels, sophisticated venues and authentic So-Cal experiences for corporate groups. Read More

These innovative seating ideas will help keep attendees engaged during your next event. Read More

The hotelier’s January promotion comes as group rates are expected to rise by nearly 5 percent in 2016. Read More

This week’s event in Atlanta challenged planners and suppliers to think in varied ways. Here are our editors’ picks for the most important themes. Read More

The Public Enemy front man spoke to the attendees at Diversity Marketplace about challenging conventional thinking and taking a global view. Read More

The highly successful and highly personable senior vice president of Caesars Entertainment Corporation discusses his rise to the top. Read More

The groundbreaking at Gaylord Rockies Resort and Convention Center leads the latest news in the hospitality world. Read More

Pizza on demand? Yes, please. Aloft Hotels have answered the call of millennials everywhere by creating a room service system based solely on emojis. Read More

For the last 13 years, Jennifer Farrell has planned meetings and incentive trips for Signature HomeStyles. Those holiday baskets, snowflake candles and seasonal adornments we all adore—that’s Farrell’s bread and butter. Read More

Five tips to successfully utilize live cooking demonstrations at your events. Read More

The 100-year-old Amway Grand Plaza Hotel mixes 20th century architecture with a modern-day yet historic feel for meetings. Read More

Have you seen the price of eggs or meat lately? If you are a planner, you have surely felt it. I know I have. Read More

Here are five new and upcoming devices unveiled at CES 2016 you’ll want to get your hands on. Read More

Gold bonding! Here are a few ways to jazz up teambuilding activities at your next meeting. Read More