See how incentive packages to draw meetings to destinations like Kissimmee, Tampa Bay and Cleveland differ, and what method has proved most successful.
Accessible and affordable with big-city amenities and a small-town feel, Columbia is the ideal place for small to mid-size events.
Known for its waterparks, the "third-generation" Kalahari is focused on becoming more attractive for events, says Michael Levine, director of sales.
Is your personality a blue, a yellow, a red or a white? Jeremy Daniel, VP of training at the Color Code, describes what motivates individuals in each color.
Kris Young, director of speakers and entertainment for Bishop-McCann, discusses how to prevent speakers from crossing a line with cursing onstage.
Regaling us with his first impressions of Las Vegas, first-time visitor Matt Swenson cajoles even seasoned vets of the city to rediscover its magic.
Five pros open up about race and culture within and beyond meeting room walls.
Use your educational seating setup to focus on influencing the ABCs of group interactions—attitude, behavior and change—you’ll be on your way to
Alaska is an adventure in meeting planning for Bridget McCleskey, who runs her own business—Conference Coordinators LLC—out of her home in Anchorage.
New hotels and amenities add to the appeal of destinations in Mexico, already a perennial favorite for meeting planners and leisure tourists.
Take a look at five swanky spots to stay in Banff, Alberta. Home to spectacular Rocky Mountain views, the highest town in Canada is perfect for high-end
Coming off a recent visit, meeting planner Deborah Elias discusses the highs and lows involved with bringing meetings or incentives to Cuba.
Preparing a vegan menu a The Humane Society of the United States dinner meant The Alisal Guest Ranch and Resort chef had to get creative.
Preventing personal cyberattacks starts with being aware, then minimizing risk. Here are five steps to protecting your own security.
“Unsubscribe" author Jocelyn Glei shares why we're so addicted to email and how we can communicate in a more effective, manageable way.
When negotiating contracts, back yourself with data to prove your event’s worth to a potential venue and include language that mitigates risk.
The planner-vendor relationship should be a well-oiled machine, but that's not always the case. Here are three common ways you annoy your vendors.
Pros in event photography share their top tips for getting the most bang for your buck and scoring photography worthy of a double take.
When it comes to content marketing, quality trumps quantity. Consider this breakdown of everything you need to know for your upcoming events.
The future of meetings lies in the hands of event tech like Pavegen, a flooring system that generates electricity and captures data from footsteps.
Jason Peterson, chief creative officer of The Annex, shares tips for savvier snapping.
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.
Barrie Schwartz, CEO and founder of My House Social and one of Connect Corporate’s 2017 40 Under 40, shares her journey to becoming an entrepreneur in
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Learn how a group of influential volunteers has made all the difference in co-creating the American Marketing Association rebrand.
Experience W Seattle's new W Sound Suite. Launched in April, it is the brainchild of W Brand’s North American Music Director DJ White Shadow.