As Las Vegas propels forward with the promise of new spaces and transportation solutions, it continues to be a key destination for large-scale meetings and events.
Fort Wayne, Indiana, offers a compact downtown convention core next to its Grand Wayne Convention Center, as well as a new Riverside Fort Wayne development that is bringing a new commercial, residential, nightlife and dining scene to the city. The Grand Wayne Convention Center also offers a wide variety of free services to meeting planners.
From boat tours and golf tournaments to escape rooms and supper clubs, delight attendees and enhance the meeting agenda with eight quintessential Wisconsin Dells activities for groups that don’t want to get wet.
Innovations in convention development and new and improved meetings spaces solidify Las Vegas as a leading events destination.
Since the 1980s, women have become forces to follow in the Las Vegas meetings industry. In fact, their numbers and stories could fill this magazine. From a field of many, here are eight exceptional women sharing their pathways to leadership.
Greenville, South Carolina, is considered an unknown destination. A flourishing culinary scene to and progressive redevelopment to its laid-back historic charm sets the stage for an unforgettable group event down south.
When combined with its melting pot of cultures, this heady mixture of New Mexico arts and culture translates into a gallery of great offsite options for meetings and events groups.
Myrtle Beach is located on the Atlantic Coast and has a rich culinary history. Both its location and past have influenced the area’s cuisine. Sample the best Lowcountry dishes, seafood and local beverages through foodie experiences, groups dining at restaurants and winery and brewery tours with these top recommendations for what to eat and drink in Myrtle Beach.
How your group can take advantage of the rich arts and culture offerings in Colorado.
Sharing a crab feast, learning how to shuck oysters, picking wild strawberries and tasting locally made wine are just a taste of what visiting groups can arrange when meeting in Coastal Virginia.