After coming face-to-face with the destruction of Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico now has the opportunity to rebrand and redefine its identity.
Paul Arrigo, President & CEO of Visit Baton Rouge, discusses how Baton Rouge's recovery from successive tragedies is a lesson all destinations can
Here in Huntington Beach, California, our exhilarating, ocean side environment inspires business professionals to excel and shine.
Whether it's food, arts, shopping or drinking-yes, that exists here-Salt Lake City will leave you and your event attendees leaving thirsty for more.
After twenty years with Omni hotels, Peter Strebel steps up to the plate as president and discusses what planners and guests can expect in the future.
Brad Dean discusses why leading the new Puerto Rico DMO as CEO following Hurricane Maria's aftermath is personal for him.
Kimberly Greene, 36, works in Rockville, MD, as lead associate, events and strategic market development, at Booz Allen Hamilton. As a 2018 40 Under
Trade groups across all industries band together to address the significant drop in international visitors to the United States since 2015.
The growing hospitality industry has seen several strides towards curated experiences and boutique hotels. Here's a list of openings and renovations on
From castles to historic estates, these seven places in Ireland are ideal for hosting teambuilding events and coordinating conferences overseas.
Kindra Fry, the new president and CEO of the Bryan-College Station CVB, wasn’t looking for a promotion. The opportunity came out of left field. After
The Omni Hotel at The Battery Atlanta is finally open as the cornerstone of Atlanta’s newest multi-use development.
Event planners worry Marriott’s plan to drop third-party commissions from 10 to 7 percent is a sign of what’s to come.
We narrowed down five of our favorites from CES 2018 this month in Las Vegas for event professionals to check out and take advantage of in 2018 and beyond
Valley Forge stands out amongst the competition by using nostalgia and creativity to craft its new marketing tool: a rock, paper, scissors decision-making
Jordan Atherton, CMP, senior advisor and meeting and event planner at 1st Global, identifies how to create a risk management plan so your attendees are
Event designer Edward Perotti trots around the globe planning exquisite events that exude good nature upon his clients and their attendees.
Planners need to know the “why” to create direct business results for clients.
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Connect Meetings talks to Sports Management and Tourism Director Chad McKenzie about Round Rock, Texas' expansion into tourism and meetings.
A New England destination guide of the local boozy businesses of breweries and distilleries.
Leftover food and flowers are put to good use through partnerships in the meetings industry.
Host an event that truly gives back.