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.
Snag these travel-friendly products to look good while doing good.
To be a more effective negotiator, meeting planners will learn how hotels evaluate their businesses and manage their inventory of space, rates and dates.
Strong relationships between DMOs/CVBs and convention centers are the backbone of cities that successfully earn meetings business.
Starting early 2018, Live! Casino & Hotel will offer versatile, premium, state-of-the-art venues in the heart of the Baltimore/D.C. corridor—for
IACC CEO Mark Cooper discusses his association's report, which finds planners struggle to balance using trusted venues with developing creative settings.
After $1.5 billion in downtown investment and a $20 million reinvention to Benton Convention Center—let us introduce you to the new Winston-Salem.
Despite the tragic loss of life and immense damage to areas in Texas and Florida, the hurricane season has brought out the best in people.
Connect is returning to Louisville for its signature event in 2019. The announcement was made at a press conference this week.
Oakland embraces the original and the creative—the more outlandish, the better. We invite you to explore the possibilities with your next meeting here.
Destinations considering marketing to marijuana tourists aren't blowing smoke. Take a look inside the growing cannabis tourism industry and how it may
These eight new travel-friendly gadgets are about to become your new best friends if you are constantly on the move.
Curated by minds behind the prestigious Oxford Symposium on Food & Cookery, Bespoke Food Symposiums bring issues like diversity and gender to the forefront.
If Marriott is correct, a fast-track, off-site construction process known as modular construction is the future of hotel builds.
Portable restrooms have come a long way from Port-O-Potties. Flip the lid on these luxe options for when nature calls at your next event.
Tom Dolan, newly appointed director of citywide sales at Atlanta CVB, discusses the state of citywides and the growing trend of miniwides.
Try these four classic and contemporary tips for maximizing your buffet for meals during your next conference or meeting.
If you haven’t visited Louisville, Kentucky, lately, you might not recognize it. The downtown is nearing the completion of a $1 billion revitalization.
Our friends in the Texas Gulf Coast area are top of mind this week in the wake of Hurricane Harvey devastation. Here’s how you can help.
Don Staley, a former University of Alabama soccer coach, is back in his old stomping grounds as president and CEO of Tuscaloosa Tourism and Sports.
While they’re ever so important, third-party planners can also be very misunderstood. Get to know them better to see how they're far from a third wheel.
Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center is designed with the utmost versatility in mind and can be broken down into up to 19 fully-customizable rooms.
We called on five veteran hospitality professionals for their takes on diversity in the events industry, within and beyond meeting room walls.
Find greener pastures by looking at these six destinations with emerald-inspired names have increased their spectrum of venue options for event planners.
Whether it’s by incorporating the bright, vivid colors or boldly declaring an identity with a signature shade, hotels use color to add personality.
The future of meetings lies in the hands of event tech like Pavegen, a flooring system that generates electricity and captures data from footsteps.
Kris Young, director of speakers and entertainment for Bishop-McCann, discusses how to prevent speakers from crossing a line with cursing onstage.
Huntsville shouldn’t just be our little secret, so here are a few things you need to know before planning your next event.
Connect caught up with PMSI President Marty Bear to talk about what goes into choosing the wardrobe that brightens each meeting he attends.
Kalahari Resorts & Conventions is more than an event venue; it’s a beyond-expectations, vacation-style adventure that’s the only one of its kind.
If you haven’t visited Louisville, KY, lately, you might not recognize it. The entire downtown is nearing the completion of a $1 billion revitalization.