A new name and energized mission defies the one-year anniversary of the planner commission cuts that rocked the meetings industry.
With still no plan in place and the March 29 Brexit deadline fast approaching, a “no-deal” Brexit is becoming a very real possibility.
We’re four weeks into the government shutdown (now the longest in history), so the question remains, what exactly does this mean for meetings?
Because January is Human Trafficking Awareness & Prevention Month, what better time to talk about the new anti-trafficking training launched by ECPAT-USA?
The PCMA Convening Leaders 2019 conference held in Pittsburgh looked to the future at the "PCMA and Marriott on the Future of Events” educational session.
Meeting planners can now earn a master’s degree in meeting and event management thanks to a new partnership between MPI and San Diego State University.
Here are six LinkedIn Groups that every event professional should look into joining for insider tips, educational articles and an online community.
GBTA President Christle Johnson, president of travel & business services at Johnson Downie LLC, epitomizes the industry's many unsung heroes.
Marriott International provided an update that highlighted new numbers as to the amount of guests whose information was compromised in its data breach.
Here are the top five meeting news stories of the year that provide insight into the direction the industry is heading in 2019.
AccorHotels partners with CSRconnections for a new turnkey program that streamlines the giveback experience for groups.
The U.K. is getting closer to moving forward with its Brexit plan, but there’s a lot of uncertainties that could make meetings during that time hectic.
2018 was a busy year for IACC, a group comprised of the top 1 percent of small- and medium-size meeting venues worldwide.
More hotel strikes representing about 7,500 hotel workers at 24 hotels in the Los Angeles area could ensue if contract negotiations don’t reach an agreement.