Victoria, British Columbia-based Wear2Start Society gives a helping hand to assist local self-identified women in taking that first step to finding a job and launching a career by providing clothing, accessories, shoes, handbags and essential care items. The service, which is powered by donations, is free of charge to the client. Read more.
Host your next event in one of these three St. Louis historic hotels. With stunning architecture and captivating pasts, these are ready-made for inspiring meetings.
The new St. Louis Aquarium opens inside historic Union Station in December 2019. Host your next meeting in its shark tank, interact with stingrays and more. Plus, Union Station adds more amenities like restaurants and an observation wheel.
From Huntington Beach down to Dana Point, these beaches in Orange County are a haven for small groups–offering quieter ocean views, luxury properties and beach activities.
Florida is constantly upping its game for meetings, and the recent wave of developments in some of its most popular areas are making a big splash. Read more the latest openings and renovations in Southwest Florida.
Las Vegas entertainment industry experts show how meeting and event planners can tap into the city’s wealth of performers to add excitement to their events. Read more.
At Green Bay’s Titletown, a mixed-use development just west of Lambeau Field, every day is game day. The community, developed by the Green Bay Packers, was designed for cheeseheads and visitors to unite for year-round entertainment, activities and experiences. Read more.
Atlantic City, New Jersey’s ambitious new Tennessee Loop development, located in a formerly rough stretch of Tennessee Avenue, is luring meetings events off the Boardwalk with artisanal offerings and innovative local cuisine and crafted cocktails. Learn more.
From Boston’s literary legacy and storied sports venues to revolutionary renaissance projects like Encore Boston Harbor, this historic American city’s spirit readies any meeting agenda for victory. Read more.
The advantages of taking a meeting that is traditionally held in the U.S. across the border to Canada are many, from a currently favorable exchange rate to a division within the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) that is primed to make the transportation of materials go as smoothly as possible. Learn how to take advantage of the system.