Golf programs and tournaments play a critical relationship-building role for insurance and financial firms.
Hoteliers are converting commercial spaces and historic buildings into funky hotels with all the amenities of a traditional hotel.
The need for sponsorships has come into sharp focus to help keep rates affordable for attendees.
As prices rise, many association planners are turning to regional drive-in meetings to draw the maximum number of members.
Elevate the attendee experience by putting their needs first.
The white sands and dazzling emerald waters of the thousands of Caribbean islands beckon planners who need to stay close to home.
Meeting planning ethics codes are black and white, but often do not account for the shades of gray that meeting planners encounter in the field everyday.
The most cost-effective way to produce a meeting that doesn’t look and feel like every other meeting.
Planners are increasingly going glamping — taking their meetings and incentives to the mountain peaks, lunching around a campfire and teambuilding on the trail.
More and more planners are looking far, far east lured by ever strengthening MICE and tourism infrastructure, and an appetite for something new.