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Karen Shackman, founder of Shackman Associates, shares five meeting trends she’s witnessing that will give attendees more control in the coming year.
Experts weigh in on their favorite, current meeting trends.
From live streaming of sessions to locavore teambuilding, here are 5 meeting trends for 2018 identified by Benchmark's properties.
"Meeting planners need to focus on how to do more meetings with less travel and out-of-the-office time."
More and more attendees are extending their stays to combine business trips with personal vacation.
As virtual attendance at meetings popularizes, virtual-event technology will become more advanced.
Michael Cerbelli's: The Hot List was formed due to the fact that I was attending conferences on a regular basis and felt that I was not getting tangible information from my industry colleagues.
Four rising meeting trends are positively impacting meetings productivity, efficiency and effectiveness. Do you know what they are?
Willamsburg Hotel opening in Brooklyn this spring will feature an event space set in a water tower replica created to capture the block's history.
Meetings and events that increase attendee engagement will dominate the coming year, according to the 2015 Event Industry Trends report.
From the evolution of Airbnb to the latest in language translation, these trends will influence both corporate and association meetings in the coming year.
“The days of packaging and bundling experiences are over,” explained InterVISTAS Consulting’s Executive VP Paul Ouimet. “It’s time to focus on the areas where you can actually have an impact."
Every year, Benchmark Hotels, announces its Top Ten Meeting Trends, culled from its 40+ member properties located primarily in North America, with a growing selection of offshore resorts. “The good news is there’s good news!” says Alex Cabañas, president & CEO of Benchmark. “Booking pace is very strong and the economic hangover is mostly worn off, and companies are spending again on training and development.”