All posts by Christine Loomis

Med/Pharma Meeting Planners Adjust to Challenges

As medical and pharmaceutical meetings strive for a “new normal,” planners must figure out what has changed, how meetings are evolving, where they’re meeting and what they see coming in the future.

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Med/Pharma Meeting Planners Adjust to Challenges

As medical and pharmaceutical meetings strive for a “new normal,” planners must figure out what has changed, how meetings are evolving, where they’re meeting and what they see coming in the future.

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Looking Forward to a Strong Recovery

Atlantic City is back and ready for business. The one possible downside for planners? Space for the rest of 2022 and into 2023 is already filling up.

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Looking Forward to a Strong Recovery

Atlantic City is back and ready for business. The one possible downside for planners? Space for the rest of 2022 and into 2023 is already filling up.

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The Meetings Industry Can be a Catalyst for Change

As the world has become ever more divisive, the need for organizations to make DEI an integral part of their core mission and culture has become ever more critical.

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The Meetings Industry Can be a Catalyst for Change

As the world has become ever more divisive, the need for organizations to make DEI an integral part of their core mission and culture has become ever more critical.

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The ‘Golden State’ Welcomes Back Meetings

California has no lack of excellent cities, towns and hotels for meetings of every type and size. From a small group of 14 to a large gathering of thousands, planners have found much to recommend in the “Golden State.”

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The ‘Golden State’ Welcomes Back Meetings

California has no lack of excellent cities, towns and hotels for meetings of every type and size. From a small group of 14 to a large gathering of thousands, planners have found much to recommend in the “Golden State.”

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Bringing a Touch of Magic to Meetings

There’s a palpable magic to meetings set on tropical islands that can’t be duplicated on the mainland.

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Bringing a Touch of Magic to Meetings

There’s a palpable magic to meetings set on tropical islands that can’t be duplicated on the mainland.

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Partnerships Are the Key to Their Success

There’s one thing expert planners all agree on: Relying on and partnering with a city’s CVB is critical to the success of the event, wherever it’s held.

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Partnerships Are the Key to Their Success

There’s one thing expert planners all agree on: Relying on and partnering with a city’s CVB is critical to the success of the event, wherever it’s held.

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Looking Forward to a Strong Recovery

Tourism officials in Arizona are optimistic about the future of meetings, and with good reason.

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Looking Forward to a Strong Recovery

Tourism officials in Arizona are optimistic about the future of meetings, and with good reason.

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New Orleans, Baton Rouge Ready for Events

As one of the most popular convention destinations in the country, New Orleans is well into a reboot, and Baton Rouge, Louisiana’s state capital, sees many positives in current trends.

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New Orleans, Baton Rouge Ready for Events

As one of the most popular convention destinations in the country, New Orleans is well into a reboot, and Baton Rouge, Louisiana’s state capital, sees many positives in current trends.

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Pouring on the Southern Charm to Welcome Back Events

Louisiana is ready for 2022, and across the state, in-person meetings are on a significant rise.

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Pouring on the Southern Charm to Welcome Back Events

Louisiana is ready for 2022, and across the state, in-person meetings are on a significant rise.

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Meetings on the Rise in the Sunshine State

Dana Young, president & CEO of Visit Florida, says domestic visitation to the state is up 6% from 2019 levels. And, in spite of continued restrictions on international travel at the time, estimates are that 1.1 million international travelers visited Florida in Q2 of 2021 — an 854% increase over 2020.

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Meetings on the Rise in the Sunshine State

Dana Young, president & CEO of Visit Florida, says domestic visitation to the state is up 6% from 2019 levels. And, in spite of continued restrictions on international travel at the time, estimates are that 1.1 million international travelers visited Florida in Q2 of 2021 — an 854% increase over 2020.

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