Hotels and events are upping their #eventtech game through immersive tech and virtual reality.
U.K.-based tech company Novalia's high-tech print products like conductive ink posters could be game changers for marketers.
Lancaster County Convention Center and Lancaster Marriott are extraordinary facilities set in a city rich with authentic tradition and sophistication.
After leaving Austin, Texas, Uber and Lyft are threatening to desert Houston, Chicago and other destinations over fingerprint background checks.
A last-minute hotel change became one meeting planner’s worst nightmare, threatening to cancel her client’s conference.
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.
Cloud-based Shoflo allows your event staff and AV teams to collaborate on production materials in real time.
A new survey from Hilton Worldwide offers suggestions for defeating the dreaded afternoon slump at meetings and conventions.
These five java joints around the country are brewing up a new trend: designated meeting space inside coffee houses.
MGM Resort International's Michael Dominguez shares wisdom on six critical topics meeting managers should pay attention to.
No matter your age, there’s always wisdom to be gained from experiences. We asked planners and suppliers to tell us what they wish they knew at 22.
Our list of 40 Under 40 includes next-gen planning phenoms, meetings and hospitality headliners in association and specialty events.
Kelly Ricker produces events with three tenets in mind: education, networking and an experience attendees won’t get elsewhere.
DMO industry vet David Whitaker shares how he’s planning to shape the future of Choose Chicago in his new role as CEO.
This VP at ESM Productions has helped produce both the pope’s visit to Philadelphia and events surrounding the DNC.
Wake up and shake up your conference attendees with ideas from Mandy Lauderdale, an off-the-wall experiential marketing specialist.
DMAI’s new president and CEO, Don Welsh, discusses the association’s surprising layoffs, strategic realignment and global goals.
Sharon Fisher, founder and chief idea sparker at Play With a Purpose, weighs in on the topic of creativity.
Brooklyn-based startup Splacer has aggregated more than 500 off-the-beaten-track venues in New York City and San Francisco.
Cinepolis is elevating the cinema experience for groups, offering meeting space, theater seating and, of course, popcorn.
New apps like GigTown, LikeSo, Punkpost and more are useful tools for meeting planners.
As association membership declines across the industry, planners are experimenting with opening their conferences to the public.