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While Wi-Fi 6, the next iteration of the widely used wireless protocol, could make things faster, its real benefit will come in the form of decreased device congestion—including at events.

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We live in a last-minute world, as demonstrated by the way we behave as consumers. We wait to book hotel rooms until the night before we travel.

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A more heavy-handed approach to getting employees to take part in wellness programs can prove a frustrating turnoff

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It can be a struggle to determine whether now is the right time to try something new at your meeting, but a few factors could make the case for yes more compelling.

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Even though it can be extremely helpful, few of us like to receive feedback. That’s because there’s a phantom word that floats in front of feedback, says M. Tamra Chandler, author of Feedback (and Other Dirty Words): “negative.”

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Have Angelenos suddenly become more interested in traveling to Miami?

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One thing about flying from Washington to Los Angeles hasn’t changed: It takes essentially the same amount of time to go from Ronald Reagan National to Los Angeles International now as it did several decades ago.

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New security scanners which provide a less claustrophobic experience than current equipment are being tested by the US Transportation Security Administration at Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport, USA Today reports.

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Gov. Charlie Baker wants to sell the Hynes Convention Center in the Back Bay and put that money into expanding the Seaport’s Boston Convention and Exhibition Center in hopes of creating “a major global event destination.”

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As members of the events industry continue to discuss what motivates attendees to book inside a hotel room block, Washington, D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine has been focusing a different aspect of the hospitality industry: fees.

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