Meetings in Europe are increasing but are shorter and smaller, according to European Cities Marketing Meetings that recently published its ninth edition of the ECM Meetings Statistics Report.
No matter whether incentive groups want to dine alfresco under the Brandenburg Gate, bake their own gingerbread, or visit a world-class vineyard, Germany has incentives to wow everyone.
Prime Minister Theresa May recently announced a public/private tourism sector deal that includes a major push to grow international events, laid out in the...
For groups that have seen and done London, a host of charming experiences and properties lie within an hour's drive of downtown.
From the sands of the south coast to the rugged highlands of Scotland, the United Kingdom’s seven regions can accommodate your group’s every wish.
These four venues are all scheduled to debut in Berlin in the next year, offering attendees a glimpse into the city's booming cultural arts scene.
Belgium’s commercial trade hub of Bruges will welcome the new Radisson Blu Hotel, Bruges next month.
Iberostar Hotels & Resorts is investing in Montenegro n the form of two fully renovated hotels that recently opened under the Iberostar name.
Bettoja Hotel Group is undergoing a $21.2 million renovation that will ensure all three of its hotels offers modern facilities for meetings.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a new data protection law in the EU, does into effect May 25. What does it mean for you?
The opening of Melia's ME Sitges Terramar earlier this month is shining a spotlight on Sitges, Spain as a meetings destination.
Dundas Castle is one of Scotland’s most beautiful and historic castles, and one of the top five-star exclusive-use venues in Great Britain.
This year, The Dorchester hotel in London will entice attendees with more than its iconic history.
Few cities rival the old-world charm of Bern, Switzerland’s vibrant capital city.