10 fabulous new and renovated DC properties for this year and the next.
A pilot program at Toronto Pearson International Airport is making pre-departure dining as easy as hailing a rideshare for attendees.
FlyZoo is a new high-tech hotel in China that is a showcase for the potential of technology in the hospitality world.
Attendees are looking to interact with the produce growers, the pig farmers, the mixologists. Interactive F&B is one of the hottest trends around.
Plans have been announced for the development of two new hotels offering 721 rooms opposite the 2.1 million sf Music City Center in Nashville with formal groundbreaking anticipated in the second quarter of 2019.
Whether you need a travel director in France or a rooftop venue in New York City, the meeting planners in these online discussion groups are there to assist you.
The 145th Kentucky Derby menu will be served to more than 22,000 guests in premium racetrack dining areas—and at more than a few derby parties, too.
Many meeting planners find their on-site travel director, or TD, to be an invaluable extension of their team. But how do you find someone highly skilled—and often at short notice—to fill this important role?
One of the most recognizable buildings in the world is about to get bigger and bolder.
Meetings and events industry leaders from around the world are coming together to support the fourth annual Global Meetings Industry Day.
Launching this May at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, “The Hunger Games: The Exhibition” will offer an immersive experience to meetings and incentives groups.
Speaker: Angela Gaffney, president, Essential Health & Wellness
Bloggers come and go, but these 7 meeting industry blogs have stood the test of time.
Slated to open in fall, 2021, Florida International University is adding a conference center and hotel designed to serve businesses and the school.