It’s impossible to predict how the coronavirus will affect international and U.S. meetings and events, so have a risk management plan to prepare. Read how.
There’s a lot to consider when the majority of your attendees are traveling by car to your meeting. Use these 10 tips to plan a successful drive-to meeting or event. Read more.
When considering hosting your next meeting or event at a hotel property, it’s important to conduct a thorough site inspection. This checklist will ensure you don’t miss a thing! Read more.
Creating engagement with attendees has become the driving force of modern meetings.
In my 40 years as a meeting professional, I’ve extensively used the services of CVBs/DMOs in organizing and executing events—and those events were better because of it.
Corporate incentive travel is a great way to motivate and reward your valuable employees. The following tips will help you plan a program that works for your company’s culture, size and budget.
Bespoke design guru Edward Perotti shares five event design tips that will spark your inspiration and impress your attendees. Meeting planners need to look beyond pure ROI and reach into their hearts to create a setting that will set them apart.
Employ these 10 sustainability tips from MeetGreen to start your journey toward greener meetings and events. From reducing food waste to eliminating paper, adopting these inexpensive strategies will provide cost savings, water savings, energy efficiency and address larger social issues.
Creating welcoming experiences that not only accommodate participants’ differences, but celebrate them, isn’t just the right thing to do—it’s good for business. MPI Academy Director Jessie States shares seven high-level diversity and inclusion best practices for better event design.
Caesars Entertainment excels at catering meeting functions ranging from 10 to 10,000 people. Here are my 10 key F&B trends and best practices that meeting planners can incorporate to deliver a high-quality event.