Conference Centers

Destination Immersion and Recreational Offerings Deflect the ‘No-Frills’ Stereotype By Patrick Simms

Indeed, the conference center stereotype is that of a devoted, “no-frills” training facility. Yet there is no reason why a full-fledged conference center can’t be coupled with robust destination appeal and recreational offerings.

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Availability, Flexibility and Dedication to Getting Business Done Attract Corporate Meetings By Patrick Simms

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

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Invested in Your Meeting's Success By Patrick Simms

While the conference center difference lies in optimizing business meetings, those meetings need not be all business.

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Why the Conference Center Environment ‘Helps Your Attendees Leave Differently Than When They Came’ By Karen Brost

Achieve better outcomes for your meetings and your budget.

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Dedication to Meeting Spaces, Package Pricing and Superb Service By Gabi Logan

As convention centers and major hotel conference centers offer less space and fewer dates with limited amenities, turning to a conference center allows planners to stay within budget while offering attendees an experience with even more perks.

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An Optimistic Outlook for Business-Focused Meeting Places By Timothy Herrick

Conference centers weathered the economic downturn due in large part to their business-focused, budget-friendly model. And now that the economy is on the upswing, the corporate demand for conference centers is rising right along with it.

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