2019 meeting technology trends are about new uses for—and refinements to—the tools we are already using, from chatbots to drones.
The Ideation Studio at Park MGM reinterprets how attendees interact with their environments.
Attendee tracking has become easier with the advent of meeting apps and digitized attendance bracelets, lanyards and badges.
Whether you’re looking for advanced event management software or simply a place to share your ideas, here are five meeting apps to download right now, as they will be trending into next year.
Melia Hotels International will roll out Bluetooth guest bracelets in lieu of room keys by next summer.
Here are three ways hotels are creatively using drones in today’s meetings world.
As more attendees expect event personalization (and sponsors expect data to back up their investment), here are four ways that event apps can simultaneously help you accommodate both at your next conference.
In late March, Freeman, a global company that specializes in brand experiences, launched Blueprint, a web-based floor plan management system that can greatly benefit planning, managing and selling trade show booth space.
Posts can be sent to the email associated with your LinkedIn either with each new conversation or in digest form, or you can choose to check in on your own when you want to.
The possibility of reaching an unlimited audience in a cost-effective and no less engaging way is the crux of virtual events.
Blockchain, for one, will shorten the "long tail of travel and meeting procurement,’" allowing for faster and possibly less expensive travel and meeting planning.
Prevue spoke with Kemp Gallineau, CEO of Groups 360, about how data can help both planners and suppliers in bringing more transparency to the sales process.
Here are three ways meeting planners can do more than break the ice by incorporating high-tech team building into future events.
There are tons of tools out today that can help you manage and automate a lot of the repetitive email tasks you may have gotten used to—and many of them are free.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is like a brand-new hotel again with two years of upgrades and additions that will give the property a whole new look by year’s end.
We interviewed Cosimo Bruzzese, VP of business development for Briggs, Inc. to see how they are enhancing the human component of meetings and events.
Atlantic City, N.J., developed a VR experience for meeting planners to explore the city’s convention district from the comforts of their office.
From live streaming of sessions to locavore teambuilding, here are 5 meeting trends for 2018 identified by Benchmark's properties.
MeetingPlay will launch the fourth generation of the event app at Marriott’s Corporate Partnership Conference this week in Phoenix.
The Wilmington and Beaches Convention and Visitors Bureau is rolling out a SkyNav Convention District Tour for meeting planners.