Milton Segarra discusses what he is looking to accomplish at Visit Mississippi Gulf Coast after leading Meet Puerto Rico through several challenges.
To avoid so-so evaluations and declining attendance numbers, planners should apply design thinking to develop and deliver new program experiences.
When the temperature drops to single digits in Quebec, attendees have a multitude of ways to enjoy the Canadian city and its environs.
Here are eight great ways to incorporate Ultra Violet, Pantone's newly crowned color of the year, in your events next year.
Here are three new—or newly rentable—attractions to consider when you are planning your next event or conference in the nation's capital.
Terry Kopp, director of sales at the Boise CVB, discusses the Idaho capital’s rapid growth in her half-century living there.
Create your own version of “Castaway” (albeit with more creature comforts) by sending your award winners, board members or execs to a secluded island.
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.
In modern Cartagena, Colombia, the future and the historic past are forging to mold the destination into a charismatic metropolis.
Here are lessons that have taught us how to successfully host corporate events that are fun and relevant and that align with organizational and event
We explore a strategic timeline to ensure you engage participants before, during and after your event.
If you haven’t visited Louisville, Kentucky, lately, you might not recognize it. The entire downtown is nearing the completion of a $1 billion revitalization.
Sioux Falls, South Dakota, has long drawn a decent crowd in the upper Midwest—with the potential now for more thanks to the Denny Sanford Premier Center.
Hosting a corporate event isn’t just about growing rapport or having a good time. It’s also about achieving a goal and motivating and inspiring attendees.
Turning Stone Resort Casino is the Northeast’s premier meetings destination perfect for large-scale conventions and intimate events.
Winston-Salem is a sophisticated meeting destination centrally and conveniently located at the epicenter of North Carolina.
“This area has definitely needed an upscale luxury hotel,” says Jan Smith, director of sales and marketing for The Westin Jackson, opened Aug. 3.
The newly renovated and renamed Plano Event Center is an 86,40-sq.-ft. venue providing flexible function space accommodating as many as 5,000 people.
Jessica Cote, corporate meeting planner at Volkswagen Group of America (contracted by HRG North America), is a 2017 40 Under 40 honoree.
Storey Pryor, 33, senior director of events at Isagenix International LLC, is a 2017 40 Under 40 honoree. She discusses her passion for the events industry.
Christopher Brislin, CASE, director of sales at the Providence Warwick CVB, is a 2017 40 Under 40 honoree. He discusses his passion for the events industry.
Lindsay Buchanan, CMP, 33, manager of meetings, association management and groups, at Travelink, American Express Travel, is a 2017 40 Under 40 honoree.
Lisa Mae Brunson is many things. She’s founder of Wonder Women Tech and Hacks for Humanity Hackathon events, CEO of EqualityTV and more.
International meeting planner Deborah Elias, CSEP, CMP, president of Elias Events, shares her top takeaways after attending a FAM in Lisbon earlier this
Join this webinar led by speaker Michele Wierzgac, Oct. 4 at 2 p.m. EDT, to learn the secret behind why some leaders stand out in a crowd compared to others
Accommodating a wide range of attendees' dietary restrictions doesn’t have to be as complicated or expensive as you think.
Join speaker Larissa Schultz, Aug. 9 at 2 p.m. EDT, in a discussion on international etiquette covering everything from dining and gift giving to basic
Valley Forge stands out amongst the competition by using nostalgia and creativity to craft its new marketing tool: a rock, paper, scissors decision-making
Rob Svedberg, who will serve as project executive for design firm tvsdesign, discusses what will go into upgrading Las Vegas Convention Center.
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.
New trends in technology, F&B and events experiences point to big things for the meetings and events industry as it enters 2018.
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.
Learn how the events industry can help as Debi Tengler gives actionable ways planners can assist in fighting this national crisis.