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After two decades in San Francisco, Oracle’s OpenWorld, which attracts over 60,000 customers and partners every year, is relocating to Las Vegas.
The Colosseum at Caesars Palace has unveiled a new state-of-the-art sound system, moving light fixtures, and a high-definition LED video wall.
IMEX America reports that an estimated 14,000 attendees participated in this year’s event generating an overall economic impact of more than $20 million.
Carina Bauer, CEO of the IMEX Group, offers a sneak peek of this year's show.
IMEX has a Sustainable Exhibiting Pledge, where three simple green initiatives to help reduce environmental impact at the show are implemented, has been agreed to by 149 exhibitors and that number continues to grow.
A new type of resort is coming to Las Vegas that meeting and incentive groups may find particularly appealing. The Majestic Las Vegas has received unanimous approval by the Clark County Commissioners, with construction scheduled to commence in May of 2020 with an early 2023 opening date.
The recent fee hikes by MGM Resorts at its Aria Resort & Casino, Bellagio Hotel and Casino, and Vdara Hotel and Spa are stirring up the conversation.
New York, Chicago, and Las Vegas are the top North American markets that meeting planners intend to use in the next two years, according to STR‘s 2019 DestinationMAP, a comprehensive study of meeting planners and the meetings market in North America.
Create a buzz at your event with an exclusive VIP restaurant tour followed by a helicopter ride over the Las Vegas Strip from Lip Smacking Foodie Tours.
The largest meetings industry trade show in the U.S., IMEX America, will be bigger than ever when it kicks off in a little more than two months.
Groups will soon be able to book off-site events at these upcoming cannabis lounges.
The project will be a game changer for meetings and conventions if approved by the LVCVA board of directors next week.
The 293-room NoMad opened in October, offering a certain level of sophistication, comfort and privacy on the top four floors of the massive Park MGM.
Beneath the twinkle of Las Vegas’ neon-lit skyline is a growing urge toward mindfulness and inclusivity.