Tune in for news about major renovations in Las Vegas and Atlantic City, plus Visit Sacramento names a new president, Reno Tahoe rebrands and a sharp-looking
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.
Tune in to learn about C2 Montreal and Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth's partnership; Atlantis, Paradise Island's new VP; and World OutGames’ cancellation.
From opulent dining at Shangri-La Hotel, Paris, to a party scene for incentive groups at El San Juan Beach Club, we’re easing you into Memorial Day weekend.
We're talking an infinity ballroom in National Harbor, virtual reality site visits in Orlando and the latest fashion trend to take the internet by storm.
This week, Austin CVB gets a new name, Japan unveils a luxury train, Motif Seattle gets a makeover and horses gear up to win gold at the Kentucky Derby.
For the week of April 24-28, we're talking a fitness and hotel collaboration, upgraded meeting spaces and Wi-Fi and rumors of a Star Wars-themed hotel.
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."
For the week of April 17-21, we're talking the new Unicorn Frappuccino, a big boost for Visit Florida and kudos for venues in Albany and Detroit.
For the week of April 10-14, we're talking United Airlines memes, biometrics, an expansion to Las Vegas Convention Center and more.
For the week of April 3-7, we’re talking 2022 vision in Pittsburgh, neon lights in Baltimore, a milestone birthday in Las Vegas and big wins in North
For the week of March 27-31, we cover the latest news in the sky and on the ground, from a sweet partnership at JetBlue to New York’s first robot butler.
For the week of March 20-24, we look at the Department of Homeland Security's new laptop ban, DMAI's upcoming name change and creative Oreo flavors.
For the week of March 13-17, we’re chatting one-night hotel rooms, a new look to a beloved meetings company and Greenville, S.C.'s play for the big leagues.
For the week of March 6-10, we’re chatting cookie monsters, a surprising resignation, one teched-out Texas hotel and more.
Watch this video preview and get a taste of what's to come in Connect Corporate magazine's spring 2017 issue.
More than 3,200 association, corporate, specialty and sports meeting professionals gathered to network, learn and be inspired at Connect Marketplace.
Robert de Niro and Nobu Matsuhisa share why an actor and a chef wanted to get into the hotel business.
At the How Design Live 2016 conference in May in Atlanta, keynote speaker David Lesué, a creative director at Workfront, spoke about user-friendly experiences.
Get your imagination moving with the Connect Corporate origami fortuneteller.
See who made our annual 40 Under 40 list of young rock stars in corporate meetings, event technology and design, as well as speakers and hospitality industry
Roger Rickard advises planners on why they should become meetings industry advocates.
Known for emerald-green water and sugar-white sand, Destin, Ft. Walton Beach and Okaloosa Island will charm your meeting attendees. Explore the Emerald
Check out this video recap of the 2015 Collaborate Marketplace event in Orlando, Florida.
Industry insider Jeff Hurt shares his take on how planners can reinvent their future meetings. See if you agree or disagree.
Deborah Gardner and Carolyn Browning discuss how to compete with social media and win your attendees attention.
This issue offers a blueprint for ways meeting professionals can, and are, changing the culture of meetings, from ethics to the environment.
Food and beverage expert Tess Vismale, CMP, DES, shares tips for foolproofing your meeting’s menu.
Right outside of Atlanta, the bustling enclave of Dunwoody, Georgia, gives corporate meetings loads of Southern charm.
In this week’s Insider Series video, Flashpoint speakers Mari Snyder, Thomas J. Maloney, Meltem Priest and Denise Naguib of Marriott International discuss
While social media provides innumerable ways to engage with attendees, it also presents a threat. What do you do if, in the throes of your event, participants
In this week's Insider Series video, meetings professionals share their predictions about the future of the industry.
Four events industry leaders discuss a dynamic new format for fast-paced attendee engagement.
Meetings professionals discuss technology as the industries most dominant business trend.
Katie Muck's main challenge with Meeting Sites Resource is educating her clients on the ways the meetings market has flipped.