All-inclusive properties have officially joined the experiential meetings bandwagon, thanks to increased demand from attendees.
Feeling our way through Belgium—Bruges to Brussels—quickly grounded a week-long adventure.
Few places come as close to being an “all-inclusive city” with built-in added value for meetings like this New Jersey city, and a number of new developments toot this horn.
“While it’s somewhat of our origin, our roots, the ‘Hee Haw-ish’ perception of Fort Worth is limited."
A dizzying array of cultural developments has been unfolding in San Antonio.
Salamander Resort & Spa offers a relaxing, luxurious escape that appeals to both small- and large-groups of every age and activity level.
“We’re a renaissance 10 years in the making,” quips David Goldstein, president and CEO of Destination Canada, the crown corporation for Business Events Canada. “We’re...
In the Galapagos Islands, the birthplace of the theory of evolution inspires teams to evolve, too.
The Incentive Research Foundation's (IRF) latest annual conference wowed over 200 incentive planners with Maui's aloha spirit.
A stay at The Merrion Hotel Dublin amid the Dublin City Centre is infused with history and the largest private art collection in Ireland.
Cultural group programming abounds in Macao, the "Las Vegas of the East," which is also home to 20 UNESCO World Heritage sites.
This is the norm for New Zealand business events: a sense of place and authenticity that “entices people to do things beyond the conferences they are here for,” explains Tourism New Zealand’s Director of Trade and Major Events, Rene de Monchy.
Dining by rodeo & other cool culinary experiences abound for groups meeting in Calgary, Canada.
Cisco Systems Inc.’s recent executive leadership meeting took over the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Open Sea Wing, where 130 attendees donned costumes for an “All Hands on Deck” theme.