A one-of-a-kind meetings experience at Hard Rock International properties encourages team-building while giving back to the community, reducing waste and helping those in need.
IMEX has a Sustainable Exhibiting Pledge, where three simple green initiatives to help reduce environmental impact at the show are implemented, has been agreed to by 149 exhibitors and that number continues to grow.
The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism & Aviation (BMOTA) continues to track the progress of the slow-moving Hurricane Dorian.
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.
Small-boat expedition cruising is on the rise as travelers seek to visit remote locations in the most sustainable way possible.
Airlines feeling impact of Boeing 737 Max groundings.
In a new partnership, Carnival Cruise Line has agreed to donate approximately 40 tons of discarded soap annually to Clean the World.
NYC Restaurant Week is a great option for meeting and incentive planners.
Debuting in November on Delta, free welcome aboard Bellinis, hot towel service, premium appetizers, and larger bistro-style entrees will be the norm on the reinvented international main cabin experience.