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.
The first step in setting goals for trade shows is determining what metrics to measure.
2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the riot that helped usher in the LGBTQ rights movement. Learn more about the Year of Pride.
Explore Kentucky’s most spirited city—and host of Connect 2019—Louisville.
Could the next great innovation for the MICE industry be a platform that handles all contract details?
Celebrate Kentucky’s most spirited city with a bourbon toast and a tip of the Derby hat.
Rob Bezdjian, president of Zaven Global, aims to place the spotlight on the MICE industry through reality television.
Email etiquette isn't what it used to be—read our list for the best tips.
Ray Ezelle, vice president of sales and services at Visit Virginia’s Blue Ridge, says a metro-mountain mix is a recipe for success.