A recent report from The Experience Institute confirms that conference attendees are acting more and more like vacationers.
Coming up in Spring 2018, the much-anticipated Live! Casino & Hotel will offer versatile, premium, state-of-the-art venues in the heart of the Baltimore/D.C.
Martin Enault, chief operating officer of C2, who shared behind-the-scenes details about the event and gave us a glimpse into the future of C2.
Known for its indie culture and as the hometown of artist Justin Vernon, Eau Claire, Wisconsin, highlights how a community can find ways to recycle and
From castles to historic estates, these seven places in Ireland are ideal for hosting teambuilding events and coordinating conferences overseas.
Orlando World Center Marriott, with 450,000 square feet of meeting space and loads of kid-friendly amenities and nearby attractions, appeals to attendees
The all-new Grand at Moon Palace Cancun is a planner’s playground for events, with downtime at the beach and pools for built-in entertainment.
From Wolfgang Puck catering, feast your eyes on what the stars will be eating this Oscars Sunday at the Academy's annual Governors Ball.
International relationships take time to develop. Try these tricks the next time you’re working with exhibitors or suppliers from abroad.
AV experts break down the seemingly complex audiovisual world, sharing knowledge that event professionals from all levels of experience can use.
Social media expert Alex Plaxen demystifies how Generation Z communicates online—and how to use that information to build a targeted marketing strategy.
Connect speaker Brandt Krueger reviews the most important features any event app should include.
Have you ever tabled an idea because you thought your boss wouldn’t be on board? You must understand decision-makers think before you pitch ideas to
Late to the VR/AR party? Jim Spellos shares everything you need to know about the altered-reality technologies changing the way we experience things.
We all start as task managers; but if you want to take your career to the next level, becoming a strategic planner is a must.
Projection mapping can enhance your event design, but at what cost? Keep expenses low with these four tips.
Don’t let fear of failure keep you from following your passion. Implement these five steps into your life to turn your dream job into a reality.
Event tech probably will never replace face-to-face meeting. But new technology can drive those interactions to make events more meaningful.
With the use of GPS location-based technology and augmented reality, the booming company Detour is creating an array of what it calls “walk-umentaries.”
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.
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.
Meet Suzanne Scully Hackman, CDME, who's served as director of meetings and conventions for Visit St. Petersburg/Clearwater for more than a dozen years.
A new $16 million renovation pays homage to The American Hotel’s place in history. The property was the first integrated hotel in Downtown Atlanta.
Sebastien Maingourd. general manager of The William Vale, discusses how the 183-room hotel had adopted the feel of its vibrant Brooklyn neighborhood.
Relive the best moments from a great Connect 2017 in New Orleans. Thanks to New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center for being a great host.
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.
Annie Eaton, founder and CEO, Futurus, and Ed Thomas, mobile and emerging tech product lead, CNN, discuss using virtual reality to tell your brand's story.
Greg Grohowski, Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa's executive chef, describes the hotel's approach to food simply: "where farm to table comes to life."