Event tech probably will never replace face-to-face meeting. But new technology can drive those interactions to make events more meaningful.
We asked and you answered. Behold, our list of your favorite venues in the East to conduct events and meetings. Congratulations to all.
Learn about communication styles and how best to listen and speak to those who appear to be critical and confrontational.
Visit Oakland invites you to explore the possibilities and envision your next meeting here on the Sunny Side of the Bay!
In her first year as President and CEO of Bryan-College Station CVB, Kindra Fry is ready to roll out the maroon carpet to all visitors.
AV experts break down the seemingly complex audiovisual world, sharing knowledge that event professionals from all levels of experience can use.
Executive Chef Mike Molloy dishes on F&B trends and the decision to return to The Don Cesar, the St. Pete Beach, Florida, hotel where he began his
As associations look to 2018, SmithBucklin highlights developments, trends and issues facing member-based groups and their events.
Event planners worry Marriott’s plan to drop third-party commissions from 10 to 7 percent is a sign of what’s to come.
Frank Ford, co-founder of Four Day Weekend, explains why the comedy group's success is not just a happy accident and how groups can learn from its business
We narrowed down five of our favorites from CES 2018 this month in Las Vegas for event professionals to check out and take advantage of in 2018 and beyond
Valley Forge stands out amongst the competition by using nostalgia and creativity to craft its new marketing tool: a rock, paper, scissors tool kit.
Rob Svedberg, who will serve as project executive for design firm tvsdesign, discusses what will go into upgrading Las Vegas Convention Center.
Martin Enault, chief operating officer of C2, who shared behind-the-scenes details about the event and gave us a glimpse into the future of C2.
Milton Segarra discusses what he is looking to accomplish at Visit Mississippi Gulf Coast after leading Meet Puerto Rico through several challenges.
What are the best venues to host events and meetings? We begin our year-long quest in the East. Please feel out this short survey and we'll post the results
New trends in technology, F&B and events experiences point to big things for the industry in 2018.
We performed an informal poll to discover some of the most common complaints event planners hear (and the tongue-in-cheek responses they might think of).
What stories of our did you like best? Here's our list of the most-read stories posted to our website in 2017.
Rebecca Bender spent six years as a victim of human trafficking. Now, she's determined to equip others with tools to combat this horrific industry.
Here are eight great ways to incorporate Ultra Violet, Pantone's newly crowned color of the year, in your events next year.
These five free travel apps make traveling less stressful, whether it's the holiday season or not. Each is available on iOS and Android.
New president and CEO Brian McCartin discusses taking over the reins at Tempe Tourism Office after a successful run in Portland.
In this webinar, Technology Strategist Crystal Washington will provide you with 30 apps that will keep your attendees engaged and provide ROI for vendors.
From a state-of-the art convention center to the more than 2,000 hotel rooms in downtown Des Moines, you are always steps away from a great experience.
Presenting our 2017 holiday gift guide for the on-the-go professionals who don't have time to research presents for friends, family and peers.
Caesars Chief Sales Officer Michael Massari went from growing up in Atlantic City’s shadow to building the Las Vegas meetings business into an empire.
With the use of GPS location-based technology and augmented reality, the booming company Detour is creating an array of what it calls “walk-umentaries.”
Learn how the events industry can help as Debi Tengler gives actionable ways planners can assist in fighting this national crisis.
Steve Heitzner, Marriott International’s chief sales and marketing officer for the Americas, discusses his ever-evolving job as the hotel giant expands.
Hobby Lobby President Steve Green discusses the efforts his team has taken to bring the new Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C., to life.
Celebrity event producer Michael Cerbelli makes a career out of being at the forefront of the latest trends and in the know about cutting-edge performers.
Lip Smacking Foodie Tours will prove to you that for all of the fine dining Las Vegas has to offer, the best meal you may find is a plate of spaghetti.
Oakland embraces the original and the creative—the more outlandish, the better. We invite you to explore the possibilities, and envision your next meeting
Is the meetings and events industry’s bubble about to burst as it did a decade ago? It’s too soon to tell, but beware these signs.
The grand opening of Conrad Fort Lauderdale Beach gives its namesake Florida destination a coveted second luxury property.