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What a year it has been for the meetings industry! Here are 8 top stories of 2019 that impacted meetings and incentives.
A performer in traditional Maori dress welcomed our group by blowing on a conch shell—an authentic way to kick off the opening reception of Prevue’s Global Meeting & Incentive Summit, sponsored by Tourism New Zealand.
Interestingly, cannibis articles appeared twice the list of the 10 Most Popular Articles of 2019, right up there with the Cuban travel ban, comfortable shoes for meetings and...golf!
The editors at Prevue are in an enviable position to evaluate holiday gifts, between choosing amenities for our own Visionary Summits and sampling the many creative gifts at industry events.
In the Nov/Dec Prevue online issue, read about hotels, cruises, destinations, venues and more, with the goal of inspiring new ways of thinking about your events.
So many of the hospitality workers we work with on every program and in every city are personally committed to excellence—regardless of their job titles or salaries. The Above and Beyond Foundation rewards them with a $10,000 award.
Let's face it: Meeting planners are the only people who really know what meeting planning is. So we decided it would be fun to take a look at some of the articles that are out there describing our jobs.
The Incentive Research Foundation has compiled a go-to list of resources for planning channel partner incentives.
At IMEX America in Las Vegas, Society for Incentive Travel Excellence (SITE) launched the latest research into the state of the incentive travel industry.
Meeting planner Mimi Abdulkadir of GED Testing Service shares her strategies on how to grow your meeting attendance by 20 percent each year.
Prevue's Experiential Meeting Design Summit is a wrap—a combination of immersive learning experience and creative networking, Hollywood-style.
Think it's too early to start planning the company holiday party? Think again!
If you love this profession and intend to stick around, then setting yourself up for success is necessary. Here are 4 strategies for relieving stress.
Here are 3 strategies for stress relief for meeting planners—from a fellow meeting planner.