Four-Step Strategy to Squeeze Exercise Into Business Trips

It’s likely you’ve all been there. Despite the best intentions to maintain a fitness routine while traveling for business as busy meeting planners, something inevitably goes awry.

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5 Campus Conference Centers That Will Enhance Any Event

College towns are happening hubs of activity, where the arts, sports and culinary delights thrive. All that and more is on deck for planners who book a university setting for a conference.

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Industry Pros Weigh in on 2018's Hottest International Meetings Destinations

Transportation improvements have put the entire globe on offer for meetings and events. And even with the world to choose from, planners are choosing some very familiar destinations in 2018.

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Power of Place: Historic Properties Leave Lasting Impressions

Looking to produce stronger connections, derive deeper meaning and create lasting memories from your next meeting or event? Book a property with a famed hosting history, and your attendees will remember you well for it.

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10 Ways to Engage Attendees and Stimulate the Senses

From fish bowls and hackathons to bean bag brainstorms and outdoor walking sessions, the attendee experience has come a long way from the ho-hum theater-style setup and drab PowerPoint presentation.

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Chef Ryan Clark Is Advancing Tucson’s Culinary Scene

For Ryan Clark, executive chef at Tucson’s Casino Del Sol, playing a central role in fostering a burgeoning cuisine scene in the Southern Arizona city is a driving force that carries through to his work at the large casino-resort that employs him.

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Shattering Conventions: Back to the Bay Area Brony Con!

“Hey Robert, great to have you back. What’ll you have?” Lawrence says as I grab a seat at the bar while I take a break from shooting video at BABSCon, the Bay Area Brony Spectacular, a three-day gathering of people of all gender identifications who are obsessed with My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic.

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What Global Meetings Industry Day Means for All of Us

There are two major events in April only three days apart. One we cheer and celebrate, the other we jeer and commiserate. The first in 2018 is Global Meetings Industry Day (GMID), April 12. The second is Tax Day, April 15, 2018.

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Brad Dean Takes Reins at Puerto Rico DMO

A new day is dawning for the embattled tourism promotion industry in Puerto Rico, as CVB veteran Brad Dean, who helmed the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce as CEO for 15 years, is set to take the reins of the newly created Puerto Rico Destination Marketing Organization (PRDMO).

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Sheryl Sookman Is Helping Homeless Women Help Themselves With Women's Empowerment

Since January 2018, Sookman has volunteered her time to Women’s Empowerment, a Sacramento, Calif.-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit that has helped more than 1,300 homeless women secure housing, a job or enroll in school or training programs.

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How One Hotel Company Is Wowing Planners With Robots

If you think robots take the personal touch out of an interaction, think again. Hotel robots are popping up left and right, and Interstate Hotels and Resorts is eliciting quite the warm and fuzzy reactions when making special deliveries with this latest technology.

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