Washington State Convention Center, Washington, Seattle, LMN Architects, convention center expansion, city development, expansion

Seattle’s Convention Center Expansion Will Attract Larger Groups

Seattle is growing as a destination for meetings, with eight new hotel properties and an expansion of the Washington State Convention Center in the works.
Burning Man, meetings

3 Tips for Turning Your Event into a Transformational Experience

Event planners are not just in the business of designing meetings and incentive trips, they are in the business of creating life-changing moments.
Michael Jackson, contract negotiation, pop songs, pop lyrics, Meetings Mojo

Pop Songs for Hit-Worthy Contract Negotiations

Tune to these hit pop songs for a little inspiration on how to negotiate your next contract in your favor.
El Pueblito Cooking School, Mexico, Riviera Maya, cooking, food and beverage

New Riviera Maya Cooking Experience Celebrates Mayan Cuisine

El Pueblito Cooking School, located within Mexico's Mayakoba eco-resort, now offers a culinary experience for groups to learn about Mayan cuisine.

13 New Zealand Incentive Experiences (That Your Group Will Thank You For)

What better way to reward the hard working top performers that comprise your group that through New Zealand incentive experiences.

New Zealand ‘Wows’ Prevue’s Global Meeting Summit Attendees

Thirty senior meeting planners gathered at California’s Langham Huntington, Pasadena in early July for Prevue’s Global Meeting & Incentive Planning Summit.

How Hyperbole Is Impacting International Events

Hyperbolic dialogue around safety can make or break international events.
incentives, Flip the Script, Incentive Travel Research, bucket-list destinations, New Zealand

How Bucket-List Incentives Drive Business Outcomes & Retain Talent

In today’s rapidly changing business environment, attracting and retaining top talent is critical to overall success—we’ve known this for some time.
TWA Hotel, Trans World Airlines, American Airlines, New York, John F. Kennedy International Airport, Howard Hughes

TWA Hotel & Event Center Will Open at JFK Airport

Just like its innovative TWA Flight Center predecessor, the 512-room TWA Hotel will also push the boundaries of what it means to be an airport hotel.
Marina Copan Convention Center, Honduras, Copa Maya Ruins, Maya Ruins, Central America, Latin America, culture

Honduras’ New Convention Center Draws Groups to the “Athens of the Maya World”

The Honduras Institute of Tourism is vying to solidify the country as a leading Central American destination for meeting planners.
Big Island, meetings

The Latest Updates from the Big Island

The issue is a misperception regarding the location of the volcano and the Big Island's major meeting and incentive resorts, says Bryan Hansen, spokesperson for the Kohala Coast Resort Association.
Meetings Outlook, Meeting Professionals International, MPI, meetings report, industry news, meetings industry

5 Takeaways from MPI’s Latest Meetings Outlook Report

Meeting Professionals International’s 2018 Summer Edition of its Meetings Outlook Report announced a positive uptick in meetings.
21c Museum Hotels, AccorHotels, acquisition, hotel merger, hotel news,

AccorHotels Acquires 21c Museum Hotels

AccorHotels announced last week that it signed an agreement to acquire 85 percent of 21c Museum Hotels.
Expect Diversity, Tyra Hilliard, cardiac arrest, allergies, meeting tips

Have a Plan for Mitigating Cardiac Arrest & Life-Threatening Allergies

"It is one of my pet peeves that, despite the fact that sudden cardiac arrest kills more than 300,000 people a year in the U.S., many hotels choose not to have automated external defibrillators."
cancun, meetings

How Safe is Mexico for Groups?

Meeting planners considering Mexico are increasingly challenged by travel advisories and the constant barrage of drug-related violence in the news. How safe is Mexico?
Incentive Canada, meetings

Incentive Canada Wows Planners

At the Fairmont Tremblant, mountains of snow, ice sculptures and generous pours of Veuve Clicquot from a bar carved in ice topped off a stellar four days with an unforgettable poolside evening.
2018 Global Planner Sourcing Report, Cvent, meetings report, meetings industry, industry news,

5 Insights from Cvent’s 2018 Global Planner Sourcing Report

Cvent recently released its 2018 Global Planner Sourcing Report, which has more than doubled in size from the 2017 study.
Glow, Meetings Mojo, meeting tips, gender gap, women, wrestling

Bridging the Gender Gap With Tips From the Characters of Glow

While bridging the gender gap is no easy task, here are four tips from the characters of “Glow” on how meeting planners can start to do so.
MGM Springfield, MGM Resorts International, Springfield, Massachusetts, new resorts

MGM Springfield Will Bring Massive Meetings to Massachusetts

The $960 million MGM Springfield will officially make its debut on Aug. 24, attracting groups interested in combining meetings, gaming and a bit of history.
What I Know, contracts, meeting contracts, contract challenges

The Biggest Contract Challenge I’ve Come Across Is…

Planners share their most challenging experiences with contracts.
Marriott International, Starwood, loyalty rewards programs, rewards programs

Marriott & Starwood Finally Merging Rewards Programs

Ever since Marriott International officially acquired Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide in September 2016, the two have been figuring out how to merge their loyalty rewards programs—and now they’re finally beginning the process.

6 Cultural Culinary Experiences for Pittsburgh Meetings

A city where meeting and incentive combos are easy and fun to achieve.
Uniworld River Cruises

Diners Find a Sense of Occasion With Uniworld River Cruises

In short, meetings at sea and on the river are now oozing with flavor.
Isla Bella Beach Resort, Florida, new resorts, Florida Keys, Marathon, Hurricane Irma

Isla Bella Will Be the Florida Keys’ First Post-Irma Resort

When the 199-room Isla Bella Beach Resort makes its debut early next year, it will be the first new resort built in the Florida Keys since Hurricane Irma.

Century City’s Business District Reveals Yet Another Side of L.A.

Los Angeles’ Century City neighborhood creates a distinctive skyline on the city’s Westside.

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