Site Selection

Where Opportunities for Authentic Culinary Experiences Abound By Ron Bernthal

For corporate meeting planners these days, food is not only essential to creating an entertaining and engaging experience for a private dinner for 50 or an incentive party for 500, but often a destination will be chosen because of its reputation as a foodie city.

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How CVBs Set Their Destinations Apart By Christine Loomis

In addition to highlighting the destination itself, the right experiences give attendees a break from meetings, shake things up and more often than not send them back to the business at hand energized and able to think in new and creative ways.

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The Perfect Backdrop to Inspire, Engage and Entertain By Maura Keller

A one-stop-shop of unique venues and exclusive experiences appeals to planners — and a mixed demographic.

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Meet at the BeachJune 1, 2017
A Welcome Break From the Ordinary By Sophia Bennett

Any meeting at an oceanfront resort should have the right balance between indoor and outdoor activities, and work and play time.

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It's Easier Than You Think By Derek Reveron

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

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From PhRMA Guidelines to F&B Caps and a Seller’s Market, the Challenges Are Many By Patrick Simms

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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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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Mountain ResortsApril 1, 2017
The Natural Majesty of the Surroundings Motivates Attendees to Greater Heights of Performance By Patrick Simms

From an incentive travel point of view, the draw of the mountains can be comparable to the draw of the sea.

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Destination Decisions Can Make or Break Your Meeting By Derek Reveron

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

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Sporting VenuesAugust 1, 2016
How Stadiums, Ball Parks and Other Fan Favorites Can Give Events a Winning Edge By Mark Rowh

Sporting venues have made their facilities available for meetings, opening up new possibilities for planners.

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