Hotels & Resorts

Strengthening Industry Relationships That Are Crucial to Success By Maura Keller

Meeting planners, CVBs, live event agencies, DMCs, rental companies and other suppliers must work effectively together to deliver the best possible outcome.

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Brands Continually Roll Out New and Renewed Properties to Stay Competitive By Patrick Simms

It pays to keep an eye on even the less-traveled pockets of the country where meeting hotel development is surging.

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

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

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The Multiple Benefits of Steering to the Right Site By Maura Keller

Meeting planners turn to regional drive-in meet­ings to keep costs down and draw the maximum number of attendees.

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Planners Reveal Their Favorite Hotel Brands and Why By Patrick Simms

Brand loyalists expect consistency in group service, F&B, amenities, property design and more.

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Convey a Company's Message of Stability and Strength — and Inspire Performance By Diana Lambdin Meyer

Storied properties that are sure to leave a lasting impression.

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Vendor RelationshipsSeptember 1, 2016
Take the High Road to Foster Great Partnerships By Mark Rowh

Most planners agree that positive vendor relationships are a key to successful meetings.

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Hotel Brand UpdateAugust 1, 2016
Attracting the Meetings Market With New Offerings in Wellness, CSR, Planning Services and Expanding Portfolios By Patrick Simms

The best minds in hotel brands recognize that serving the corporate meetings market means much more than opening new meeting space.

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The Upside and Downside of Being First in Line By Maura Keller

Meeting planners are drawn to new and renovated hotels for a myriad of reasons.

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

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

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