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Have you seen the latest issue of Prevue Magazine online? That's right, you can get the same print edition right on our web site.
Just as music has become synonymous with building the mood at a conference, art at meetings can play a similar role as a networking activity, a live attraction, or a way to reinforce content.
It's time to start planning your schedule for 2020, so we have compiled a list of the major meeting industry events.
All eyes are on Hurricane Dorian, which is expected to be a Category 4 hurricane with catastrophic winds of 130 mph when it makes landfall on late Monday or early Tuesday morning.
Do you incent only your top performers? Do you spread goals evenly among your sales team? Either incentive program design tactic may not create the sales results you need.
Prevue knows how stressful meeting planners' jobs are, so we're giving away a free massage each day at IMEX!
Meeting planners are no longer just planners, they're experience architects. Check out these dozens of ideas for more experiential meetings
South Korea: the juxtaposition of serene Buddhist temples and the most mind-blowing technological advances. Where K-pop culture and ancient traditions coexist. Where the Korean War has been the defining event.
Teambuilding doesn't have to be stiff or awkward, it can be fresh and creative—and fun! Prevue has compiled a few great sources of teambuilding ideas.
In her upcoming role as VP of Design and Insights at Creative Group, Melissa Van Dyke will blaze a path in a new direction by "closing the loop" between data and practice.
Prevue turned to the people who know best—frequent flier meeting planners—for tips to make your life easier when you travel.
At Prevue's Visionary Summits, we are always looking for ways to make our meeting more experiential. Here are a few ideas we have used.
New research by EventMB found that at times, there's not much difference between negotiated rates and what you can find online—and sometimes, online is cheaper.
We reached out to meeting planners report on some of their recent meeting planning disasters or mistakes they made.