Authors Posts by Regina Baraban

Regina Baraban

Regina Baraban is a veteran magazine editor and the author of Successful Restaurant Design (John Wiley & Sons, Third Edition, 2010). She was the founding editor of Hospitality Design magazine; “Best Dressed Restaurants” columnist for Metropolis magazine; and editor of Financial & Insurance Meetings magazine. In 2014 she launched the online magazine about multigenerational getaways: Always ready for her next travel adventure, Regina lives in Newmarket, New Hampshire with a basic black wardrobe of no-iron travel clothes and too many shoes.

Convention Centers Up Their Game

With elevated architecture, technology and sustainability, today’s convention centers add value to meeting destinations worldwide.

Meaningful Outcomes

An innovative incentive experience is one that motivates real outcomes in an organization and instills a sense of pride, ownership and belonging among attendees.

On Location: Turkey

A week reflected Turkey’s multi-layered identity: historic and modern, seaside and city; an ethnic and religious mélange unified by the warmth of the people.

Innovate! Visionary Summit Wraps Up in Palm Beach

A top-tier group of meeting and incentive planners gathered with industry sponsors for two days of  education and idea sharing June 27 to 28...

The Women’s Wave Continues With a Major Partnership

New organizational partnerships and initiatives addressing gender inequality reveal a new generation of women intent on breaking the glass ceiling.

5 ‘Like a Local’ Experiences in Jackson, Wyoming

Authentic like a local experiences await groups in Jackson, Wyoming's iconic Western landscape.

A Farm-to-Table Oasis at The Palms Hotel & Spa, Miami Beach

The farm-to-table movement is blossoming in Miami Beach, thanks to the talents of Venoy Rogers, executive chef at the Essentia Restaurant + Lounge in The Palms Hotel & Spa.
Holland America, meeting planning

Holland America Line’s Maasdam Captures Multigenerational Travelers

A surprisingly lively vibe characterized the atmosphere on Holland America’s MS Maasdam during my recent sail on the week long Canada-New England itinerary.

New England’s Historic Underbelly Exposed in Southbridge

The small village of Southbridge in Massachusetts—once the optical capital of the world— is an excellent vantage point from which groups can explore authentic American history.

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