Whether returning or discovering dizzying Los Angeles—a city of 469 square miles—for the first time, the treasured meeting spots define the spirit, history and often, legend of L.A.’s four famed locales.
Bryan Chan’s The Zoom Room engages corporate teams with a virtual environment that is entertaining for both introverts and extroverts. Read more.
Southeast destination and hotel experts offer their advice for how to make your next beach event a big success and stand out from the rest. Read more.
These virtual teambuilding activities and strategies can foster meaningful connections and develop important professional skills while individuals meet with one another remotely. Read more.
Meeting planners must carefully consider some very important questions when making the move toward virtual meetings as a replacement for face-to-face events. Read more.
Daring to dream is a defining New York quality, making the Empire State a cradle of imaginative venues and experiences for a wide range of group encounters. Read more.
LETHRBAR® LIVE is an immersive event activation that engages and delights guests through the memorable experience of hand-stamping a monogram or favorite word onto a leather keepsake, right in front of their eyes at an event. Learn more.
Eastern Iowa has plenty of options when it comes to offsite venues, and some of its best provide a unique backdrop while highlighting the region’s past in ways that may surprise. If you’re looking for a venue away from the meeting property, hotel, convention or conference center, you can look to these four options for a little taste of the local culture, history and vibrancy.
The tourism promotion effort of Buffalo, New York, carries the tagline “Unexpected Buffalo,” and during a recent trip to the western Empire State city, Meetings Today got a taste of how the destination may surprise attendees with its eye-opening offerings. Read more.
This fourth installment of Meetings Horror Stories includes a scantily clad singer at a beach event, an inebriated tennis player and a planner that ended up in a Las Vegas police station.