Sugarwish, a virtual candy store allowing recipients to customize a box of treats and have it shipped to their door, is a sweet tool for suppliers.
Create camaraderie, tempt taste buds and make memories with these group dining experiences that are anything but ordinary.
Desk accessories like candles and paperclips become pretty necessities for making your workspace cozy, quaint and productive.
Edgar Zamora, president and CEO of Revelry Event Designers in Los Angeles, says fashion dictates; design follows. Here are his tips for trendy event decor.
Cakes are restaking their claim on the dessert table with reflective glazes, innovative shapes and wild designs. These playful cake trends are here to
Each year, Connect highlights the 40 Under 40: an esteemed group of meeting planners, sales managers, chefs, marketers and other event professionals.
APHA Executive Director Georges Benjamin discusses the effort to save a climate change conference after the CDC pulled out as host.
Adam Sax, CEO of The Sky Guys-turned-event planner, talks launching the International UAV Show in Canada.
It’s impossible to predict for certain what President Trump means for meetings. We speculate on the potential paths ahead.
Greg Lepesh, the new executive chef at Asilomar Conference Grounds, talks what's trending in palate- and people-pleasing event F&B.
Take inspiration from the eccentric, weeklong Burning Man festival with these creative and surprisingly easy-to-implement ideas.
Featuring a dramatic location on sparkling San Francisco Bay, Berkeley is an inspiring destination for meetings, events, and celebrations.
Visit Dallas President and CEO Phillip Jones makes a business case against the controversial SB 6 to Texas lawmakers.
Sociologist Dr. Josh Packard identifies four areas planners should focus on to win back the “dones”—those who have become disillusioned with organizations.
Prices for coffee, a meeting essential, can burn your budget if you don’t plan accordingly.
Justin Bolognino is founder and creative director of META in Brooklyn, New York, and has worked with the likes of Twitter, Google, Spotify and SoulCycle.
A movement started by USTA president and CEO Roger Dow encourages Americans to use their vacation days and celebrate National Plan for Vacation Day.
Here are seven products and services on the cutting edge of event tech.
Opening soon at BWI Marshall Airport, ROAM Fitness will offer cardio and strength-training equipment plus high-end amenities to wellness-minded travelers.
Smart TVs, electronic check-in and robots are becoming the norm in high-tech hotels across the country, especially appealing to millennial and Gen Z guests.
Convention centers and meetings hotels are stepping up the snack break with a mix of delicious options—some healthy, some indulgent.
The 21st century has a whole new set of rules—or perhaps rules are out. This conversation on sociology gets to the heart of what that means for your
You’ll want to add this sweet tech from CES 2017 to your wish list.
Visit Wichita President and CEO Susie Santo and new Data Analyst William Graves discuss using digital information to enhance the CVB’s marketing.
Industry leaders have cause to be optimistic with President Trump in office.
“Everyone’s been to a meeting—how do we make it different?” That’s the question the duo behind Alchemy Event Studio asks themselves every day.
Event prof and fitness blogger Kelly Treadway shares a few travel-friendly products to use during your next workout away from home.
These are the hottest food trends you’ll see this year, according to the National Restaurant Association’s 2017 Culinary Forecast.
This story of camaraderie among four event professionals at 2016's Connect Marketplace proves every dark cloud does indeed have a silver lining.
Lake Superior State University’s new list of banished words will help you avoid becoming a bete noire at a meeting.
Consider these five big-name speakers to keynote your next event and help draw a crowd.
For two Oracle events, Creative studio Invisible Light Network created offbeat giveaways that turned attendees' voices into tangible wristbands.
Safety concerns are top of mind now more than ever for meeting planners, according to MPI’s latest “Meetings Outlook.”
From garlic and BYOD to personalization and teambuilding, industry professionals share their 2017 predictions for meetings, conferences and events.
From our Tarsus acquisition to predictions for 2017 event trends, we recap our most-read stories for December 2016.
Experiential entertainment company Two Bit Circus specializes in crafting high-tech playgrounds at events.