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 start griping online? Read More

When the new mayor of Washington. D.C., said the nation’s capital would not become “like Amsterdam” after legalizing marijuana, it may have fanned the flames on a new city rivalry. Read More

The moniker “thought leader” boils down to one basic quality: opportunism. A thought leader is someone who sees opportunities in unlikely places and potential partnerships where others might see conflict or insurmountable challenges. A burgeoning thought leader must be resourceful, creative and persistent. Like Rome, a thought leader isn’t built in a day. Becoming one […] Read More

Like most drivers, Dianne Davis, owner of TulNet Marketing and Events, loves paying less for gas. And right now, Americans have to squeeze their wallets far less forcefully to fill up than they used to. The average price of gas is down to about $2 per gallon, roughly one dollar less than it was last […] Read More

Thanks to the Skift 2015 MegaTrends Report* we learned something new today. A few somethings, actually. We devoured the pages and found these three (four if you count the two buzz words we fell in love with) takeaways for our readers. 1. New buzz words: Silent Traveler and Prosumer [noun] Silent Traveler [sahy-luh nt  trav-uh-ler] The […] Read More

Stacy Pepitone, meetings manager of the American Chiropractic Association and certified trainer, gives some travel tips. Read More

Roger Dow, president and CEO of the U.S. Travel Association, paints a positive picture in his state of the industry address, noting the sector’s “dynamism” was visible across the board last year. Read More

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 start griping online? Read More

Philadelphia will host the Democratic National Convention in July 2016. Read More

As the snow goes on in New England, so do the conferences. Read More