It's crunch-time for holiday party planning—make this year's event as memorable as possible with our list of tips, even if it is a little last-minute.
Groups can retreat from the cold inside The Godfrey Hotel Chicago’s heated igloos.
Christy Lamagna adds to her impressive resume with Crown Plaza Meetings Mentors program.
From learning a new language to getting compensation for lost luggage, here are six free apps you didn’t know you needed.
Birmingham continues to shine as a thriving southern city full of variety.
Presenting our 2018 holiday gift guide for the on-the-go professionals.
Learn some of the most common contract mistakes from attorney Lisa Sommer Devlin and get tips on how to avoid legal disputes during our next webinar.
Jennifer Collins, president and CEO of JDC Events, discusses the power of events in her book, “Events Spark Change: A Guide to Designing Powerful and
Many traditions born from startup culture go far beyond mere incentives in order to honor each individual employee’s contribution and dedication to the
By understanding the 10 key steps, you can set a good foundation for a successful hybrid event that extends your event’s audience reach.
Marriott’s Convention & Resort Network’s Colorado properties soar right alongside the Rockies.
From sea to sky, Saint Lucia offers groups an immersive Caribbean experience.
Miami has always been a hot spot. Barry Moskowitz, Greater Miami CVB's vice president of sales and industry relations, lets us in on the city's growing
New Avenues INK, a Portland, Oregon-based nonprofit, trains at-risk and homeless youth to create promotional gear for events.
These six venues pay tribute to service members in the country’s military and law enforcement.
The Alabama Gulf Coast is your premier meeting destination with a variety of venues, team building activities, networking opportunities and beautiful beaches.
Travel Portland revitalizes its tourism efforts with a shift in its marketing and management strategies.
You know and love Atlanta’s downtown. Now, it’s time to try something a little different.
There are no universal rules for rewarding your vendors. Here are some tipping basics for doing it right.
Your attendees have the technology in their hand… and they already know how to use it! Here's how to streamline your event communication with AI chatbots.
A Connect Independent Planner addresses a need for third-party planners threatened by lower commissions.
San Jose, Costa Rica, is about to shake up the MICE industry by launching its new convention center this year.
Connect Chicago in DuPage County, Illinois, caters to planners and suppliers representing the association, corporate and international meetings and events
Nominations are due Dec. 14, 2018, for our next class of 40 Under 40 honorees. We are looking for the best young minds in corporate events and meetings.
In her new role, President of Discover Albany Jill Delaney is embracing the use of technology to maximize the county's marketing efforts.
We caught up with Travel Channel star Andrew Zimmern to ask for his advice on travel and food, and learned how disc golf changed his life forever.
As home to both the South Carolina's capital and its largest university, Columbia is a vibrant city and creative hub that’s bursting with big ideas,
Learn how to keep your Wi-Fi network and electronic devices safe from cyber risks.
Florida’s Emerald Coast takes meeting on the beach seriously. We soaked in the experience.
Is bigger really better? Hotels and DMCs are moving fast toward consolidation—here, we take a look at the potential consequences.
Robyn Benincasa went from champion adventure racer to record-breaking paddleboat competitor. Now, she inspires others to reach their potential.
This National Boss' Day, thank your bosses for all they do with these six ways to show appreciation.
Kim Hufham, president and CEO of Wilmington and Beaches CVB, declares the region is back open after weathering the storm.
What you don’t know about human trafficking can hurt you.
While planning your next meeting in Orange County, think outside the box when it comes to dining and entertainment.
With more than 20 million domestic visitors having traveled to Washington, D.C., in 2017—a 4 percent increase over 2016—the boost encourages bustling