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The Fairmont Kea Lani has received the Gold award for “Best Outdoor Meeting & Event Space” in Prevue Meetings & Incentives annual Visionary Awards.
Here’s a look back at six of our favorite good things that happened to meetings in 2018.
Florida's Emerald Coast is becoming the piece de resistance of culinary-themed meetings and incentives.
Beneath the twinkle of Las Vegas’ neon-lit skyline is a growing urge toward mindfulness and inclusivity.
New IRF report shows economic optimism driving increased spend in merchandise and gift card incentive programs.
Connecting like-minded attendees is a cornerstone of meetings and incentives in Singapore that adds an aura of inclusivity from the get-go.
Unwinding together may be the ultimate team building experience that planners too often miss, as these two hot destinations on the East Coast would attest.
Hackers have hit Marriott’s guest reservation system, potentially exposing the sensitive information of more than 500 million people—the second biggest corporate data breach in history.
Here are some of the quintessential, oh-so-Maryland experiences that you should be considering.
Hundreds of flights were canceled or delayed this past week as a winter storm blanketed the Midwest. Weather-related flight disruptions fall under a completely different...
Even as excitement over the new Costa Rica Convention Center continues to build momentum, another kind of buzz is luring groups to the southern region.
Tokyo is one of many cities in Japan that should be on your radar.
Groups can sample Macau’s Chinese-Portuguese heritage bite for bite across Sands Resorts Macao’s five resorts.
Workers returned to work today with a hard-won contract in tow following the city’s first major hotel strike in modern history.
The Ideation Studio at Park MGM reinterprets how attendees interact with their environments.
Here are 5 of our favorite green meetings experiences in Australia for reviving exhausted execs.
C-Suite execs may find it hard at times to mellow out—even while on a retreat or incentive.
Just when it seemed like the ripple of planner commission cuts—10 to 7 percent—throughout the industry was fading, another major hotel company follows suit.
Every year, just as Mardi Gras celebrations crank up the ‘flavor’ of New Orleans, another variation of the event is mellowing people out in Lafayette.
Urban development is spawning meetings innovation throughout South Florida.