Industry leaders have cause to be optimistic with President Trump in office.
Visit Wichita President and CEO Susie Santo and new Data Analyst William Graves discuss using digital information to enhance the CVB’s marketing.
“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.
Beyond evoking a sense of thrill and delight, a great dining experience ultimately helps people connect with one another: a goal we’re all working toward.
This story of camaraderie among four event professionals at 2016's Connect Marketplace proves every dark cloud does indeed have a silver lining.
Kelly Ricker produces events with three tenets in mind: education, networking and an experience attendees won’t get elsewhere.
In today’s global village, it’s likely one of your events will involve attendees or presenters who don’t speak English.
Try three tech tools to ease your travel woes and sharpen your skills.
Treat your attendees to the beauty and charm of Lexington, Kentucky and see why “Southern Starts Here.”
This scenic space enjoys an alluring mix of high-tech industry, charming small towns and culturally driven attractions.
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Tom Noonan is trading crabcakes for brisket in leaving Baltimore to head Austin's CVB.
You don’t have to meet overseas to give your attendees international tastes.