Event service professionals, aka convention services managers, can save meetings and events planners time, aggravation and money because of their intimate knowledge of destinations and facilities. Here are 10 ways to tap into that expertise. Read more.
Unity College’s newest acquisition, Sky Lodge, is a circa 1929 sporting lodge, and you can book it for your next corporate retreat. Adventurous attendees craving outdoor experiences will want to consider an executive retreat in Maine. Read more.
From free parking to easy access, whether by plane or car, the suburbs just outside downtown Chicago are a convenient meeting destination. Planners will find recently renovated hotels equipped for meetings and events, as well as golfing, rooftop restaurants, a botanical garden and more.
Meeting breaks can be an affordable and efficient way to give attendees a refreshing energy boost between intensive sessions. Here are some top tips from planners on how to do them best.
The Iowa City-Coralville area is growing—learn how the Iowa River Landing and surrounding facilities can work for your next Midwest meeting in an affordable manner.
Meeting and event audiovisual is one of those things as an attendee you often don’t notice until it blows you away—or blows up a meeting when it doesn’t work. Following are some key observations by meeting planners and AV suppliers on how planners should enter the audiovisual void and negotiate with confidence, with an eye on the bottom line.