Features

A Joint Effort Between Planners and Suppliers Reaches a Deeper Shade of Green By

Running environmentally responsible meetings is an ongoing challenge for planners.

Full Story
Destination Decisions Can Make or Break Your Meeting By

Site selection is more complicated than ever because meetings are more complex, attendees have higher expectations and venues offer a greater diversity of options.

Full Story
Information Security Is More Important Than Ever By

The meeting environment offers rich hunting grounds for online crooks.

Full Story
Beyond the Casino, Properties Are Winning Meetings With New Facilities and Amenities By

More than ever, planners have confidence that their event objectives will be fully supported, even when gaming’s not on the agenda.

Full Story
Ship vs. ShoreFebruary 1, 2017
All-Inclusive Perks, Plus New Technology, New Dining & New Experiences Bring Incentive Groups On Board By

Incentive cruises offer planners and attendees a chance to experience a world where the only surprises are good ones.

Full Story
Planners Share Their Advice on Contending With Contentious Clauses By

Today’s hotel market has complicated traditional hotel contracts — and the planner’s job.

Full Story
From Rural to Urban, a Look at Locales That Cater to Planners’ Needs By

The revenue from small groups has become so important to most hotels that they are hiring small meetings sales specialists.

Full Story
Availability, Flexibility and Dedication to Getting Business Done Attract Corporate Meetings By

The seller’s market has pushed planners to use more outside-the-box venues — and they’re being won over.

Full Story
How to Understand and Make the Most of the Differences Among the Ages By

Knowing how to accommodate generational differences in preferences and expectations results in effective collaboration.

Full Story
How to Best Explore the Ever-Changing Path to Tech Utopia By

Experts predict that planners will eventually use technology for every phase of planning.

Full Story
More
Back To Top