This webinar will chart the development of sustainable events from early iterations to the multitude of issues and challenges faced today.
These three new trends will change event tech going forward.
The inaugural Elevate conference, produced by the Association for Women in Events, sparked ideas and discussions crucial to breaking the glass ceiling.
In a digital world encouraging you to share, share, share, sometimes it’s best to keep it to yourself.
Visit KC Vice President of Sales and Services Cori Day recognizes customer service comes first.
What makes someone accountable?
Airport kiosks nationwide now offer everything from shaving kits to parkas.
Communication and leadership skills expert Pamela Jett says you need to choose words wisely to influence decision-makers.
Marriott International identifies leaders in the F&B world.
Improving cyber safety is crucial—We have the tips and tricks from tech gurus on how to protect both your personal and public information in the events
Always on the go? Say hello to these six new gadgets.
Making a memorable cocktail is simpler than you think.
Connect is seeking nominations for the 2019 40 Under 40, honoring the brightest minds in association and specialty events. Nominations are due March 26.
Jennifer Cohen, author of “Badass Body Goals” shares five tips for healthy living on the road.
Vancouver is vying to be one of the greenest cities in the world, a huge plus for eco-minded planners, conferences and tourism.
The founder of Red Velvet events says the events industry is behind the times when it comes to the RFP process.
Wi-Fi fees are negotiable and there are ways to cut costs! Learn how to save money on your hotel event Wi-Fi.
Danielle Babilino rounds out her first year with Hard Rock International as its new senior vice president of global sales and marketing.
These new hotels will make your events feel fresh in 2019 and beyond.
Wanderluster and Travel Channel star Samantha Brown shares her best tips on how to pack and travel smart.
Netflix and Hulu documentaries demonstrate Fyre Festival’s superb social marketing efforts and poor planning.
No seasonal affective disorder for these Midwest cities, where meetings remain strong despite chilly temperatures.
Specialty food bars should be on the top of every event planner’s list of opportunities in 2019.
Visalia is one of the few convention destinations located between all three of California’s major metro cities, making the city a meeting planner’s
Chicago, the Second City, is often first in what’s new in events. We asked four mainstays about what trends they see in 2019.
The future of events was the talk of the PCMA event held in Pittsburgh.
The one-year anniversary of the Marriott commission cuts brings guest experience to the forefront of all hoteliers minds.
You know and love Vice President of Sales and Services for Visit Oakland Rhanee Palma, but here are 25 things you may find intriguing about the 10-year
Why is a meetings management policy not being readily adopted? Ben Hoeksma & Laura Konwinski tackle the issue here.
From table settings to signage and cocktail drinks, here's how Pantone's vivacious 2019 Color of the Year, Living Coral, can be incorporated into the details
Learn approaches and technologies that can be deployed to help meet business, brand, sales and marketing objectives for your events.
JoAnn Taie and Janel Fick were unlikely business partners who have brought growth to Global Management Partners since they bought the company.
Brian Stapleton, vice president of food & beverage at Aramark, talks rising F&B trends and costs in the hospitality industry.
Endless Events Founder Will Curran says knowledge is power when accounting for audiovisual costs in your event’s budget.
Experts agree events will grow in 2019, but what does that mean for trends throughout the industry?
Planners and nonprofits share how to plan service-learning events that align with the community's needs.