March 2022
issue
Cover Story Wide-Open Spaces Ready for Meetings and Events By

One of the country’s meetings destination gems is Texas, where everything can be found on a larger scale.

Full Story
Features
There is an Abundance of Tools Planners Can Use By

From check-in and registration, to networking and attendee engagement, technology offers event organizers a wide array of viable solutions.

Full Story
Planners Now Take More Measures to Ensure Attendee Health By

COVID-19 regulations have become norm, as associations, convention facilities and meetings planners are looking to bring people back to live meetings and events.

Full Story
The Latest Trends in F&B Service at Events By

For the last two years, questions around the safety of food service and availability of ingredients have made F&B trickier to navigate.

Full Story
SMERF Meetings Planners Look to Get Back to Normal By

After almost two years of virtual engagement, expectation levels are likely to be high as SMERF meetings return for in-person events.

Full Story
Destinations
Unique Cultures and History Abound Among These Islands, Which Offer a Variety of Experiences By

The Caribbean & Bahamas value to the MICE sector goes well beyond tropical marketing images.

Full Story
Open and Ready to Move Past the Pandemic By

California recently surpassed Britain to become the world’s fifth-largest economy, with the largest tech and entertainment sectors in the world.

Full Story
Perspective
Overcome Challenges Facing the Hotel Sector’s Strategies By

As the industry recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a need to embrace wellness and include or increase this area in hotel offerings.

Full Story
How to Give Your Events Venue or Business a Green Makeover By

Adopting a more environmentally friendly approach to business operations and fresh set of green policies can help you to become more sustainable.

Full Story
Association Leaders Planning Events for 2022 Must Anticipate What Comes With COVID-19 By

In the lexicon of HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” winter is coming. But just what that means for associations and other organizations trying to plan events, conferences and meetings remains uncertain.

Full Story
Rules Leaders Should Follow in Times of Crisis By

When a crisis or major disruption hits your organization, the effects on employees can be truly dire.

Full Story
Pandemic-Era Circumstances Make Virtual a Permanent Fixture By

The integration of virtual and in-person event programs on one platform is sure to be a major growth-driver in the events industry moving forward.

Full Story
March 2022
issue
Cover Story Wide-Open Spaces Ready for Meetings and Events By

One of the country’s meetings destination gems is Texas, where everything can be found on a larger scale.

Full Story
Features
There is an Abundance of Tools Planners Can Use By

From check-in and registration, to networking and attendee engagement, technology offers event organizers a wide array of viable solutions.

Full Story
Planners Now Take More Measures to Ensure Attendee Health By

COVID-19 regulations have become norm, as associations, convention facilities and meetings planners are looking to bring people back to live meetings and events.

Full Story
The Latest Trends in F&B Service at Events By

For the last two years, questions around the safety of food service and availability of ingredients have made F&B trickier to navigate.

Full Story
SMERF Meetings Planners Look to Get Back to Normal By

After almost two years of virtual engagement, expectation levels are likely to be high as SMERF meetings return for in-person events.

Full Story
Destinations
Unique Cultures and History Abound Among These Islands, Which Offer a Variety of Experiences By

The Caribbean & Bahamas value to the MICE sector goes well beyond tropical marketing images.

Full Story
Open and Ready to Move Past the Pandemic By

California recently surpassed Britain to become the world’s fifth-largest economy, with the largest tech and entertainment sectors in the world.

Full Story
Perspective
Overcome Challenges Facing the Hotel Sector’s Strategies By

As the industry recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a need to embrace wellness and include or increase this area in hotel offerings.

Full Story
How to Give Your Events Venue or Business a Green Makeover By

Adopting a more environmentally friendly approach to business operations and fresh set of green policies can help you to become more sustainable.

Full Story
Association Leaders Planning Events for 2022 Must Anticipate What Comes With COVID-19 By

In the lexicon of HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” winter is coming. But just what that means for associations and other organizations trying to plan events, conferences and meetings remains uncertain.

Full Story
Rules Leaders Should Follow in Times of Crisis By

When a crisis or major disruption hits your organization, the effects on employees can be truly dire.

Full Story
Pandemic-Era Circumstances Make Virtual a Permanent Fixture By

The integration of virtual and in-person event programs on one platform is sure to be a major growth-driver in the events industry moving forward.

Full Story
industry
events

June 14-16, 2022
Society of Government Meeting Professionals’ 2022 National Education Conference (NEC)
Pittsburgh, PA
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June 21-23, 2022
MPI’s World Education Congress (WEC)
San Francisco, CA
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July 11-13, 2022
Incentive Marketing Association (IMA) Summit 2022
Snowbird, UT
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August 20-23, 2022
ASAE Annual Meeting
Nashville, TN
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September 28-30, 2022
Convening EMEA
Vienna, Austria
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October 11-13, 2022
IMEX America 2022
Las Vegas, NV
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December 13-15, 2022
Expo! Expo! 2022
Kentucky International Convention Center
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January 8-11, 2023
PCMA Convening Leaders
Columbus, OH
VISIT WEBSITE

For the full Industry Events Calendar, click here.

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