May 2017
issue
Cover Story From PhRMA Guidelines to F&B Caps and a Seller’s Market, the Challenges Are Many By

Life can be challenging for corporate planners in a seller’s market, and especially so for many of those in the medical meetings sector.

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Features
How to Mine a Treasure Trove of Insights to Improve Meeting Outcomes By

Harness the avalanche of information that can be collected from meetings and learn what works and what doesn’t.

Full Story
It's Easier Than You Think By

These select cities can beat the seller’s market, which has hiked costs in many large destinations.

Full Story
Luxury Properties Aren't Just for Incentive Programs — They Reward Ordinary Meeting-Goers, Too By

These high-end resorts will spoil attendees for all future hotel stays.

Full Story
Liabilities and Due Diligence in Managing Data, Email, Websites and Social Media By

What are the emerging risks of digital communications and how can we avoid them?

Full Story
Destinations
The Magnificent Mix of Desert and Mountain Beauty Draws Groups Year After Year By

Why attendees — and meeting planners — love the wide diversity of venues and adventures in Scottsdale, Phoenix and Tucson.

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Where Business Is Always a Winner By

Las Vegas has reinvented itself many times over the years to remain the quintessential meeting destination.

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Perspective

Considering pricing structures, functionality and built-for-purpose options, choosing the best solutions for event technology is no easy task.

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Event Service Professionals Association (ESPA) created “Project Access: Accessible Meetings FAQs,” a downloadable resource.

Full Story
May 2017
issue
Cover Story From PhRMA Guidelines to F&B Caps and a Seller’s Market, the Challenges Are Many By

Life can be challenging for corporate planners in a seller’s market, and especially so for many of those in the medical meetings sector.

Full Story
Features
How to Mine a Treasure Trove of Insights to Improve Meeting Outcomes By

Harness the avalanche of information that can be collected from meetings and learn what works and what doesn’t.

Full Story
It's Easier Than You Think By

These select cities can beat the seller’s market, which has hiked costs in many large destinations.

Full Story
Luxury Properties Aren't Just for Incentive Programs — They Reward Ordinary Meeting-Goers, Too By

These high-end resorts will spoil attendees for all future hotel stays.

Full Story
Liabilities and Due Diligence in Managing Data, Email, Websites and Social Media By

What are the emerging risks of digital communications and how can we avoid them?

Full Story
Destinations
The Magnificent Mix of Desert and Mountain Beauty Draws Groups Year After Year By

Why attendees — and meeting planners — love the wide diversity of venues and adventures in Scottsdale, Phoenix and Tucson.

Full Story
Where Business Is Always a Winner By

Las Vegas has reinvented itself many times over the years to remain the quintessential meeting destination.

Full Story
Perspective

Considering pricing structures, functionality and built-for-purpose options, choosing the best solutions for event technology is no easy task.

Full Story

Event Service Professionals Association (ESPA) created “Project Access: Accessible Meetings FAQs,” a downloadable resource.

Full Story
  • Snapshots
    Global Meetings Industry Day Meet AC and Caesars Entertainment hosted an event at the Atlantic City Convention Center April 6 as part of the second annual Global Meetings Industry Day along with the Meetings Mean Business Coalition (MMBC) and meetings industry organizations worldwide to showcase the real impact that business meetings, conferences, conventions, incentive travel, trade shows and exhibitions have on people, businesses and communities. (L to r) Trish McCormick, Pool & Spa Show; Shelley Williams and Dennis Verba, Caesars Entertainment; Michael Massari, chief sales officer, Caesars Entertainment; and Tammy Puchliakow, Caesars Entertainment.
    Credit: Sean M. Fitzgerald

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  • Snapshots
    Global Meetings Industry Day Meet AC and Caesars Entertainment hosted an event at the Atlantic City Convention Center April 6 as part of the second annual Global Meetings Industry Day along with the Meetings Mean Business Coalition (MMBC) and meetings industry organizations worldwide. (L to r) Harvey Grotsky, publisher of Corporate & Incentive Travel magazine; Atlantic City Mayor Don Guardian; and Jim Wood, president and CEO of Meet AC.
    Credit: Sean M. Fitzgerald
  • Snapshots
    Global Meetings Industry Day Cooking up a storm are Meet AC’s Karina Anthony (second from right) and Jessica Merrill (r) as part of Global Meetings Industry Day April 6. Meet AC and Caesars Entertainment hosted an event at the Atlantic City Convention Center.
    Credit: Sean M. Fitzgerald
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    Global Meetings Industry Day Shelley Williams (l) and Reina Herschdorfer of Caesars Entertainment.
    Credit: Sean M. Fitzgerald
  • Snapshots
    Global Meetings Industry Day (L to r) Roger Dow, president and CEO, U.S. Travel Association; Massari; and Michael Dominguez, chief sales officer, MGM Resorts International in Atlantic City.
    Credit: Sean M. Fitzgerald
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    Global Meetings Industry Day Roger Dow and Jim Wood join Jake Buganski, acting executive director, NJ State Division of Travel and Tourism.
    Credit: Sean M. Fitzgerald
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    Global Meetings Industry Day Participating in an industry panel are (l to r) included Roger Dow; Jim Wood; Paul Van Deventer, president & CEO of MPI and co-chair of the MMBC; Karie Hall, VP & GM, Harrah’s Atlantic City; Larry Luteran, EVP chief sales officer, Freeman Company; Massari; and Dominguez.
    Credit: Sean M. Fitzgerald
  • Snapshots
    Global Meetings Industry Day Meet AC and Caesars Entertainment hosted an event at the Atlantic City Convention Center April 6 as part of the second annual Global Meetings Industry Day along with the Meetings Mean Business Coalition (MMBC) and meetings industry organizations worldwide to showcase the real impact that business meetings, conferences, conventions, incentive travel, trade shows and exhibitions have on people, businesses and communities.
    Credit: Sean M. Fitzgerald
  • Snapshots
    Global Meetings Industry Day Meet AC and Caesars Entertainment hosted an event at the Atlantic City Convention Center April 6 as part of the second annual Global Meetings Industry Day along with the Meetings Mean Business Coalition (MMBC) and meetings industry organizations worldwide to showcase the real impact that business meetings, conferences, conventions, incentive travel, trade shows and exhibitions have on people, businesses and communities.
    Credit: Sean M. Fitzgerald
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May 1–2, 2017
IAEE Women’s Leadership Forum
MGM National Harbor
Oxon Hill, MD
972-458-8119
www.iaee.com/wlf

May 3, 2017
PCMA Education Foundation Visionary Awards
Marriott Marquis
Washington, DC
877-827-7262
www.pcma.org

May 7-10, 2017
Meeting & Incentive Forum – The Americas
Grand Fiesta Americana Coral Beach
Cancun, Mexico
www.mi-forums.com

May 7–13, 2017
U.S. Travel Association – National Travel and Tourism Week
Nationwide
Angelica Wroblewski
awroblewski@ustravel.org
202-218-3608
www.ustravel.org

May 15, 2017
SITE Nite Europe
Frankfurt, Germany
312-321-5148
www.siteglobal.com

May 16–18, 2017
IMEX Worldwide Exhibition for Incentive Travel, Meetings & Events
Hall 8
Messe Frankfurt, Germany
+44 1273 227311
www.imex-frankfurt.com

May 17, 2017
AH&LA Stars of the Industry Awards
Capital Hilton
Washington, DC
202-289-3100
www.ahla.com

May 23–25, 2017
GBTA Canada Conference 2017
Toronto, ON
703-684-0836
www.gbta.org

For the full Industry Events Calendar, click here.

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