Cruise Lines Are Looking Forward to Calmer Seas in the Near Future By

Karen Devine, CITP, founder and CEO of 3D Cruise Partners, predicts that leisure business will be first to get back into the water…

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Planning Meetings & Events in an Online World By

As the world continues to grapple with the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, meeting and event planners are asking, “How is this pandemic going to permanently alter our industry?”

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Mountain Meetings Offer So Much More Than Beautiful Views By

What better place to recognize an insurance or financial firm’s “peak performers,” the sales agents and other employees who have reached new heights in their roles?

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As more event and meeting attendees look for programs that combine work and leisure activities, meeting planners are turning their attention to golf destinations…

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Becoming a memorable, engaging and effective presenter is part art and part science…

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Golf & Spa ResortsFebruary 1, 2020
These Venues Transform Ordinary Events Into Extraordinary Experiences By

What does it take to create an exceptional conference or meeting event? One way is by giving attendees golf and spa downtime…

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The Face Of SuccessFebruary 1, 2020
The Importance of Face-To-Face Meetings In Today’s Tech-Savvy World By

As the director of Vibe, Valérie Bihet has a keen understanding of the importance of face-to-face meetings within the events industry…

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The Future Of WorkFebruary 1, 2020
Strategies for Embracing Today’s Unique Working Environments By

Just as the meeting and events industry has evolved over the last several decades, so has the working environments…

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The ABCs of the Meeting World’s Healthy Food Scene By

From planners to chefs, eating clean and organic are in the forefront of decision makers’ minds when planning a get-together to reward and motivate attendees…

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Open AccessFebruary 1, 2020
Best Practices for Making the Disabled Feel Welcome at Any Event By

Step-by-step guide to accommodate attendees with disabilities

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