Flu Season Takes a Turn for the Worst

If you have an event scheduled during flu season or one that includes US attendees traveling abroad, here are a few quick tips for keeping the flu at bay.
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3 Community Programs Are Helping Reshape San Francisco

Programs and partnerships between San Francisco community hospitality leaders are helping revamp and revive some of the city's neighborhoods.
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Air Traffic Controllers Issue Warning as Shutdown Continues

Planners who were already concerned about air travel issues have more reason to be now, as air traffic controllers issued a warning about the safety of the nation’s aviation system.
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What National Parks & Museums Might Be Closed During the Shutdown

Planners should check out what national parks and museums are closed due to the shutdown, especially if they planned a meeting around them.

Meeting Planners Unite Reboots

A new name and energized mission defies the one-year anniversary of the planner commission cuts that rocked the meetings industry.

3 NY Destinations, Infinite Possibilities for Hyperlocal Meetings

Here, we offer some of the most hyperlocal experiences throughout Long Island, Saratoga Springs and Buffalo.
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Gaylord Moves Westward With Colorado Debut

Colorado has some exciting new meetings digs now that the Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center officially opened last month.
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What Meeting Planners Can Do as Brexit Nears

With still no plan in place and the March 29 Brexit deadline fast approaching, a “no-deal” Brexit is becoming a very real possibility.
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How the Government Shutdown Can Affect Meetings

We’re four weeks into the government shutdown (now the longest in history), so the question remains, what exactly does this mean for meetings?
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Four Off-the-Beaten-Path Group Adventures in Puerto Rico

Four exhilarating group activities that will take your team off-the-beaten-path and beyond their comfort zone in Puerto Rico.
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5 Professional Organizations That Offer Members Healthcare

For meeting planners who don’t qualify for healthcare plans, here are five professional organizations that currently offer healthcare benefits to members.
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ECPAT-USA Launches Anti-Trafficking Training for Meeting Professionals

Because January is Human Trafficking Awareness & Prevention Month, what better time to talk about the new anti-trafficking training launched by ECPAT-USA?
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PCMA Convening Leaders 2019 Looks to the Future

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.
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Announcing the First-Ever Master’s Degree in Meetings Management

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.

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