Features

Strategic CSRJune 1, 2016
Doing Good While Supporting the Company's Business Goals By

Extending corporate social responsibility into the meetings sphere is not only the right thing to do, it creates a more engaged work force.

Full Story
Where Seaside Events Rise to the Occasion By

Mother Nature ‘decorates’ seaside events with palm trees, sunsets and peaceful vistas.

Full Story
Bold (& Brash) Lessons for the Meetings and Hotel Industries From the Boss of Bravado By

The presumptive Republican nominee may be a politically polarizing figure, but brand marketing is his true north.

Full Story
The Sweet Spot for Reward and Incentive Programs By

Meetings at golf and spa resorts combine achieving corporate business goals with time for employees to play and relax.

Full Story
A Fresh Look Reveals Some Hidden Gems By

There’s a wealth of affordable and intriguing meeting options in these hard-working cities.

Full Story
Setting the Tone for a Momentous Meeting Experience By

Meeting in historic, high-end hotels can leave attendees (and planners) feeling like they’re being treated like royalty.

Full Story
Safety & Security at Meetings in Europe By

Industry experts advise planners on best practices for risk assessment and preparedness.

Full Story
How to Avoid Those Dreaded Meeting Goofs By

There may be no such thing as a perfect meeting, but a combination of foresight and adequate follow-up can overcome mistakes.

Full Story
Engaging Four Distinctly Diverse Sets of Values, Attitudes, Lifestyles and Communication Styles By

More than two-thirds of planners say the multigenerational work force will change the way they design meetings over the next five years.

Full Story
Planners Look to Cities With Suppliers Who Understand Compliance Guidelines By

A strong local medical community and suppliers who are certified and know the rules help cities become major players.

Full Story
More
Back To Top