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Here are five experiential trends that meeting planners can still incorporate into this year’s corporate holiday event.
Karen Shackman, founder of Shackman Associates, shares five meeting trends she’s witnessing that will give attendees more control in the coming year.
The Center for Exhibition Industry Research (CEIR) released its fifth report in the “Attendee ROI Playbook” series, discussing generational differences among attendees.
St. Regis recently announced plans to debut the St. Regis Tamuda Bay in Morocco’s stylish Tamuda Bay.
Lifestyle brands continue to make their mark, with Hilton launching its latest—Motto by Hilton—last month.
The Iberostar Group is no stranger to the fight against plastic waste, and now it plans to bring that initiative to its staff (literally) in the form of recycled-plastic uniforms.
Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants’ announces its fifth annual list of food and beverage trend predictions for 2019.
The 353-room Confidante Miami Beach is very-much in tune with meetings, with a brand-new ballroom and recently revamped meeting space to boot.
The Miami Dolphins football team makes quite the impact on its Florida community—and there are several ways that groups can work with them.
The 100-room Kinney SLO recently opened in San Luis Obispo, Calif., (SLO) as the second Kinney-branded hotel.
A recent report has the meetings industry abuzz: Will MGM and Caesars Entertainment merge?
Employee contract settlements are finally being made — while several others still need to be negotiated at Marriott properties that are still on strike.
Orlando's Orange County Convention Center (OCCC) highlights a $605 million campus improvement plan that will bring new meeting and exhibit space.
As the 273-room Biltmore Hotel Miami gears up to debut its $25 million restoration in December, here are five experiences that groups can check out.