Most people who responded to our salary survey are happy to be in the meetings profession — but nearly 40 percent say they are dissatisfied with their salaries.
Most women who responded to an international survey think that there are gender inequities in salaries and opportunities in the meetings and events industry.
Virtual reality has finally arrived. And destinations and venues are getting increasingly creative about using it for 360-degree tours, high-flying site visits, and more. Grab your headset and take a look.
WADA monitors illegal performance-enhancing drugs in athletics more than just every four years when the Summer Olympics come around.
Is the education model being created at the University of Texas at Austin’s brand-new Dell Medical School a blueprint for your meeting’s future?
How the Color Conference keeps their meeting for color-management professionals vibrant.
Here’s what respondents to the 26th Annual Meetings Market Survey told us was on their own personal wish lists.
What Meetings Market Survey respondents told us about the tools and technology they rely on.
Convene TV host Carrie Ferenac and Cara Moore uncover some surprises in the data.
We asked meeting professionals to tell us what changes they made last year — positive or negative — in response to the economy. Do any of these look familiar?
Inside Biofabricate, where designers use biological materials to make clothing, utensils, electronics, and more.
Every year, respondents to our annual Meetings Market Survey give answers to open-ended questions about the industry. Here are what they listed as the most pressing challenges in 2017.
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