Planners who continuously return to Las Vegas develop valuable relationships with properties which, in turn, encourage even more repeat visits.
From mile-high Denver’s cosmopolitan sophistication to the breathtaking scenery and outdoor adventure that abounds, Colorado provides a wealth of unique choices for meeting planners.
Atlantic City is undergoing several key transformations to resurrect its appeal to a wider leisure and business market.
Las Vegas answers the challenge for groups that return to the same destination time and again but want the experience to be new and different each time.
More than 70 percent of planners say they devote less than one-fourth of their time using tech tools, according to an MPI study.
From Miami to Jacksonville and from Naples to Destin, Florida shines with new venues, attractions, culinary hotspots and more.
These select cities can beat the seller’s market, which has hiked costs in many large destinations.
Site selection is more complicated than ever because meetings are more complex, attendees have higher expectations and venues offer a greater diversity of options.
Experts predict that planners will eventually use technology for every phase of planning.
Texas is busily upgrading and expanding existing properties while building new ones — good news for associations.