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Taking a page from our northern neighbors, U.S. event professionals celebrated their line of work on Thursday, April 16, the inaugural North American Meetings Industry Day. Read More

Destination Focus: Dunwoody, Georgia

Right outside of Atlanta, the bustling enclave of Dunwoody, Georgia, gives association and specialty meetings loads of Southern charm. Read More

Q&A: Brett Sterenson on Government Meetings

A board member of the Society of Government Meeting Professionals talks about the struggles government meeting planners face. Read More


Inside the laundry and dry cleaning industry’s largest trade show, Clean Show, which returned to Atlanta this week for the first time in nearly 30 years. Read More

Meeting planners must acknowledge and embrace diversity’s broad spectrum to understand the value it brings to a program. Read More

Planning an event for between 250 and 500 practitioners of the 400-year-old hunting style presents some unusual challenges, even for the most basic of logistics. Read More

The U.S. Travel Association hammered the big three airlines after it was discovered they, too, have accepted subsidies from the government. Read More

Managing Editor Kelsey Ogletree reports on her experience with Chocolate Tours of Scottsdale, a sweet way to see the city’s quaint downtown. Read More

You thought you knew everything about washing your hands at meetings and conferences, until you read these stats. Two out of three people don’t do this… Read More

An inventive marketing piece from the CVB serves as an introduction to their island. Read More

Taking a page from our northern neighbors, U.S. event professionals celebrated their line of work on Thursday, April 16, the inaugural North American Meetings Industry Day. Read More

Detroit’s revitalization has planners driving toward the Motor City for meetings. Read More

Food and beverage expert Tess Vismale, CMP, DES, shares tips for foolproofing your meeting’s menu. Read More

Dr. Lemuel Berry, executive director of National Association of Hispanic and Latino Studies & Affiliates, offers tips to planners about avoiding cultural misunderstandings at international meetings. Read More

Meerkat was all the rage at this year’s SXSW festival in Austin, Texas. We spoke to a top social media director to see how planners can use it to enhance their social media activation. Read More

Right outside of Atlanta, the bustling enclave of Dunwoody, Georgia, gives association and specialty meetings loads of Southern charm. Read More

A growing body of research suggests that stress and anxiety increase when our mobile devices are out of reach. Here’s why it’s important to power down your phone every once in a while. Read More

A board member of the Society of Government Meeting Professionals talks about the struggles government meeting planners face. Read More

The new Indiana law allows businesses to deny service to patrons if providing the service would violate their religious beliefs. Critics claim it legalizes discrimination, and the backlash could affect future events coming to the state. Read More

The U.S. Travel Association finds passengers are willing to do their part to fight long lines and other discomforts associated with flying. Read More