The webinar addresses contracts and choosing your audiovisual provider before the venue contract is signed.
Learn insight from the EIC’s research about the effects of room block poaching, deceptive practices and consumer fraud affecting the industry.
Join your peers on both sides of the buyer/seller coin as we tackle some of the stickiest RFP issues and ideas on what to do about them.
Learn self-care strategies so you can serve your clients and not lose yourself in the process.
The webinar will discuss the profit and loss statement in catering, and with that insider knowledge, planners will learn how to maximize their budget.
Kim Hufham, president and CEO of Wilmington and Beaches CVB, declares the region is back open after weathering the storm.
Jim Spellos, president of Meeting U., is a technology guru when it comes to what’s new, trending and obsolete.
Chattanooga President and CEO Barry E. White is witnessing firsthand how the Scenic City keeps evolving as a top destination.
This webinar makes the business case for developing your learning function for a competitive advantage and shows you how.
Concept3D, based in Denver, creates immersive online experiences for convention centers, through three-dimension mapping.
Agent Inc., a start-up based in California, is stepping up in the height of the #MeToo movement to provide a safer way for models to book jobs.
Manage and grow your professional life from the palm of your hand with these networking apps that are user-friendly.
Learn the ins and outs of negotiating banquets and catering costs.
Valley Forge stands out amongst the competition by using nostalgia and creativity to craft its new marketing tool: a rock, paper, scissors tool kit.
All 4,000 of the attendees at Connect 2019 in Louisville, Kentucky, can attest that this year’s conference was our best. Here are the highlights.
With dozens of beautiful ships mirroring the best hotels in the world, more groups are turning to cruises to create memorable events.
Debra Owens, owner of Premiere Production Choice, knows a thing or two about event production. Most of it she learned on the fly.
Here are four ways to make your next event in New York City feel fresh.