How are Orlando meetings and events moving forward during the pandemic? Industry leaders share their positive insights.
When business resumes, The Edge and other new and classic outdoor, rooftop and high-altitude event venues will have both destinations in take-off position for sky-high celebrations. Here’s the venues planners should consider when looking ahead to future New York City and Long Island meetings.
The new Broadmoor Exhibit Hall has opened up Colorado Springs’ five-star TheBroadmoor to the tradeshow and exhibit meetings segment and will offer an upscale environment that requires minimal decorating for tradeshows and exhibits.
The changing demographics of the business world and evolving customer preferences have resulted in a trend of “ad hoc” meeting spaces being included in new convention center projects and retrofitted into renovations and expansions by global design firms such as Populous and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. Read more.
Western Canada has many industry specialties and intellectual capital that it can offer specific groups for in-depth learning and connections. Read this guide to choose the best city for your group.
Convention service managers and event managers are the glue that keeps meetings running, facilitating the relationship between sales and meeting planners. Here are some stories from veteran CSMs on their challenges, successes and why they deserve our respect. Read more.
Inspired by client demand and driven by innovation, these are the mega-projects and mega-deals creating the future Las Vegas. Plus, extended destinations for meetings, and why Vegas is right on the money for groups.
The Texas convention center scene is a competitive market. With new developments stretching from the DFW Metroplex to West Texas, read the latest on the Lone Star State convention scene.
Learn why digital display technology is one of the best ways to take your event to the next level. We explore what it can mean for branding, the attendee experience, sustainability and more.
A glass sculpture titled You Are Here by Boise native Amy Westover was designed to inspire attendees and guests to look beyond the walls of the city's Boise Centre.