Time Out Market Miami opened in May 2019 and has become a popular South Beach culinary venue. It offers a range of options for corporate events and more.
Walt Disney World creates immersive events with the artistry and creativity that has made the company a global brand and leader in entertainment. Disney knows how to develop programs that draw attendance and engages audiences.
The $125m Marriott Virginia Beach Oceanfront Hotel is set to open in 2020 and will offer more than 20,000 sf of dedicated meeting space, including a 10,000-sf ballroom.
The Colosseum at Caesars Palace has unveiled a new state-of-the-art sound system, moving light fixtures, and a high-definition LED video wall.
The 20th anniversary West Wing-themed meetings program at the Jefferson hotel in Washington, DC has launched.
A new type of resort is coming to Las Vegas that meeting and incentive groups may find particularly appealing. The Majestic Las Vegas has received unanimous approval by the Clark County Commissioners, with construction scheduled to commence in May of 2020 with an early 2023 opening date.
New York, Chicago, and Las Vegas are the top North American markets that meeting planners intend to use in the next two years, according to STR‘s 2019 DestinationMAP, a comprehensive study of meeting planners and the meetings market in North America.
Smaller regional meetings in less expensive cities are de rigueur today, and as a result, mid-size cities with walkable layouts and unique, authentic experiences are coming on strong. Montclair, NJ is one such city.
The Miami Beach Convention Center has added a new 60,000-sf Grand Ballroom, one of the largest in the region, as well as a 20,000-sf Sunset Vista Ballroom.