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While COVID might have temporarily cut off access for U.S. groups, England has many new venues to show off when business events start up.
The airline industry is pushing for increased COVID-19 testing as a way to restart travel.
Convention centers across the globe are answering the call for help during the spreading COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic and are being repurposed as hospitals.
The United Kingdom officially leaves the European Union on January 31. What do U.S. meeting and incentive organizers with international programs on the horizon need to know about Brexit?
The most popular meeting cities, according to CWT M&E, the global meetings and events division of CWT, consists of London as number one.
Qantas Airline is testing 19-hour flights that will fly direct from New York and London to Australia.
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.
Prime Minister Theresa May recently announced a public/private tourism sector deal that includes a major push to grow international events, laid out in the...
For groups that have seen and done London, a host of charming experiences and properties lie within an hour's drive of downtown.
Meeting planners got a delicious taste of Great Britain's finest during MeetGB April 10 to 12 at De Vere Beaumont Estate in Windsor.
This year, The Dorchester hotel in London will entice attendees with more than its iconic history.
Instructor-led and on-demand interactive strength and cardio classes as well as restorative yoga will be available for attendees looking to spend their layovers wisely.
The 159-room Hotel VIA—in true tech-town style—will be designed with all the latest technologies.
Perhaps most exciting for groups is The Ginstitute, which offers gin-making experiences to attendees interested in making their own personal blend of gin.
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