Away from the heat of politics, Washington, D.C., offers distinct advantages for business travelers and meetings and convention attendees. From streamlined connections with industry-specific speakers to a vibrant dining, hospitality and cultural scene, D.C. is a leading bleisure destination.
Cvent’s 2019 list of the top meeting and event destinations in the U.S. featured three cities that have enjoyed a long reign at the top of the survey, but also identified a few new entrants in the top 50 spots in the annual survey sourced through the meetings tech giant’s multiple sourcing platforms.
Therapy dogs were on hand to give attendees a cute and cuddly break at MPI’s 2019 World Education Congress in Toronto, Canada.
A panel of food and beverage experts dished on the future foods and ingredients that you’ll probably see on the event menus of tomorrow. Amaranth seeds, plant-based ingredients and even cricket flour were discussed.
IACC released its 2019 Meeting Room of the Future global trends report at MPI’s World Education Congress (WEC) in Toronto, Canada. Find out how young influencers and technological evolution continue to push the industry forward.
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.
The LGBT community has a major financial and cultural impact within the meetings industry, according to independent research unveiled by the LGBT Meeting Professionals Association (MPA).
Meetings, like the world around them, are changing at warp speed, and keeping up on the latest trends is imperative for planners wishing to cater to the evolving desires of attendees. We checked in with IACC CEO Mark Cooper to get his take on the most interesting conference industry trends shaping 2019 and beyond.
The list of top event and incentive destinations for 2019 are in. Pacific World, a global destination and event management company, announced its annual destination list that is based on requests and number of events confirmed for 2019.
According to MGM Resorts' Michael Dominguez, combining science and meetings has never been as important than it is now.