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2022 was a year full of challenges, from a COVID surge at the beginning, to supply chain issues, a labor shortage and ending with inflation.
During the week of November 28, U.S. Travel will launch a new effort to highlight the voices of U.S. business interests who are feeling the pain of lengthy visa wait times.
Meetings costs are soaring as in-person meetings and events begin to come back in full force.
Who better to share their best packing tips than Prevue's editors and meeting planner readers, who are always on the road?
With rates of mishandled luggage still climbing, meeting planners are calling it "The Summer of Lost Luggage."
Prevue turned to the best source for travel tips on everything from packing to eating healthy—meeting planners.
Survey finds 84% of business travelers plan to attend at least one business meeting over the next six months.
Face-to-face meetings are more important than ever, according to a new report by the San Diego State University School of Hospitality & Tourism Management and AHLA.
Air travel costs, already up 26% over last year, climb ever higher as Russia’s war with Ukraine continues to drive up jet fuel prices.
Hotels are expected to regain a lot of ground in 2022, though revenues from meetings and events will continue to lag.
5 "What-If" scenarios for meeting travel, including the big one: What happens if you or an attendee test positive while abroad?
The overarching mood at last week's GBTA was positive, based on the results of the latest Business Travel Index.
We tapped the road warriors on Prevue's Editorial Advisory Board and our editors to share their favorite packing tips.
The long-awaited border opening date has been set for November 8, and the U.S. will also start accepting visitors from Mexico and Canada by land and sea.