Not even a year old and Meeting Planners Unite is offering healthcare to its independent meeting planner members.
Who better to provide advice on sexual harassment in scenarios common to meeting planners than their fellow meeting planners? Here are some of our favorite responses from the nearly 400 women who wrote to us:
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Wilmington, North Carolina's evolving River District encourages repeat business for at least one local association.
We spoke with Michele Polci at Caesars Entertainment about how her team meets the growing expectation for experiential culinary in meetings and incentives.
Where do you take a group of young execs with a sense of adventure? That would be Bermuda.
Top performers expect top-notch rewards. We spoke with Rymax on how they are meeting this demand and others head-on through luxury gift experiences.
MLB spring training, bark breaks & a benefit concert in Arizona’s Urban Heart outshined one group’s expectations.
Personalizing the attendee experience within a larger group setting is on the agenda for this year's meetings and incentives.
Atlantis Paradise Island is committed to sustainability, revitalization and education on the thriving waters and marine life in The Bahamas.
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.
LGBT Meeting Professionals Association (LGBTMPA) is moving forward with its goal to increase the success of inclusion and diversity in meetings and events.
SMERF meetings often get overlooked, but for destinations like Chattanooga, Tenn., they can mean big business.
Kemp Gallineau, CEO of Groups360, weighs in on the Marriott announcement, addressingwhy it’s not necessarily a bad thing.