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How Will New Travel Policies Affect International Meetings and Events?
A new forecast paints a troubling picture for the immediate future of leisure and business travel, and the long-term outlook for conferences and events also looks worrisome.
Exploring the New Convention District in the Heart of Houston
Find out why people refer to Houston as the “culinary and cultural capital of the South.”
Roberta Kravitz: Award-Winning Executive Director of ISMRM
“Stay humble, be honest, and recognize that we can all support each other’s efforts and do a great deal of business.”
How a Resort in New Mexico Gives Abandoned Horses a Second Chance
The Hyatt Regency Tamaya in New Mexico is saving wild and abandoned horses — and relying on the help of meeting attendees to do it.
Does Your Event Have a Data and Digital Strategy?
A new conference for the exhibitions industry debuting this month came from the realization that few organizations have a coherent data and digital strategy for their events.
Inside The National Native American Law Enforcement Association 2017 National Training Conference
A nonprofit tackles critically important issues.
Minions, Meetings, and More at Universal Orlando Resorts
Two theme parks (Universal Studios Florida and Islands of Adventure) + a brand-new water park (Volcano Bay) + a dining and entertainment complex (Universal CityWalk Orlando) + ﬁve hotels = magic.
Why Being Overconfident Can Hurt You Professionally
There is a lot to be gained by keeping an open mind and seeking out new ideas.
Behind the Scenes: Seeing Shows That Compete for Your Audience As Rivals Is an Outdated Approach
Concentrating on outsmarting your competition isn’t the most sound business strategy.
How to Avoid Pay-to-Play Pitfalls
Attendees can smell a sales pitch a mile away. Here are four ways to keep both your sponsors and attendees happy.
How the Founders of The Outpost Took Their Ideas to the Great Outdoors
Companies need to showcase, not just their products, but their cultures.