Meeting planners share the social issues currently having the biggest impact on their meeting planning processes.
When you eat healthy and integrate wellness into your lifestyle, you feel better. You think clearer, you’re less stressed and you look better.
Here are four ways to use user-generated content effectively for your next event.
For Type A meeting planners who are choking under pressure or are afraid to make mistakes, you might be interested to know that there’s a name for that.
Movement is momentum, momentum is energy, and energy is what you want and need in every meeting or event that you plan.
In this Shakedown, Theresa M. Thomas, SVP for Powered by iJet, offers her expertise on preparing for global risk management.
The first challenge that an introvert faces during networking events is a feeling of dread to even get out the door and attend an event with a lot of people.
Several issues and trends are impacting the international meetings market. Here are a few tips for dominating them.
The Incentive Research Foundation's findings on the fields of behavior economics and neuroscience offer insight into how certain incentive programs work.
In this Shakedown, one meeting planners shares some of her advice on how to accommodate today’s ever-evolving world of contracts.
In today’s rapidly changing business environment, attracting and retaining top talent is critical to overall success—we’ve known this for some time.
"It is one of my pet peeves that, despite the fact that sudden cardiac arrest kills more than 300,000 people a year in the U.S., many hotels choose not to have automated external defibrillators."
Planners share their most challenging experiences with contracts.
Attendees anticipate pre-event data seeking by event organizers, but may not provide accurate information out of fear of discrimination.
Live streaming has taken off in recent years, especially among millennials.
Good leaders work to build trust among their employees—but it’s a feeling that can’t be initiated overnight.
Corporate gifting is an opportunity to connect with clients, strengthen relationships and provide an experience.
Meeting planners share their wishes for working with suppliers.
Here are five wellness-focused ideas for boosting attendee engagement, productivity and retention at meetings.
Kevin Iwamoto continues the security conversation and provides insight into what planners should be preparing for when organizing meetings abroad.