A new CSR concept co-founded by one of Prevue’s editors and aptly named the Empty Suitcase Campaign has attendees fill their duffle bags with needed items and go—it’s that simple!
“A team made up of people of different ages can have combined benefits. For example, the younger generation may have a better command of new technologies and the older generation could have a better understanding of a well-anchored corporate culture.”
For the 11th consecutive year, the International Congress and Convention Association has ranked Germany as Europe’s top association meeting destination.
These six hotels located around the globe raise the bar for art promotion and preservation, featuring innovative art programs that turn the business of the hotelier into a creative field in its own right.
Scotland aims to pump out $8 billion in state-of-the-art technologies, enhanced hotels, venues, group activities, events and incentives throughout 2015.
As an ancient city, culture and history combine with sophisticated modernity for planners meeting in Istanbul.
The historic 176-room Dolder Grand in Zurich is summoning groups to meet in balance, a new wellness package available for a limited time.
From food and wine pairings to culinary classes, opportunities abound to immerse groups in the local gastronomy and wine culture.
With a wide selection of conference venues and 30,000 hotel rooms, Stockholm is equipped for conventions of any size or budget.
Monaco is at the forefront of ecotourism, with cycling, electric shuttle boats and low-emission transportation options complementing a culturally diverse and highly walkable city.
Club Med has over 65 all-inclusive resort villages worldwide.
A private island, cooking school, wine academy and the largest spa in Venice make the JW attractive for incentive programs.
Experts Jean-François Benard and Marc Lieber of BC&A answer 3 important questions about the European value-added tax.
The Grand Salon lobby was restored back to its 1889 glamour.
Not only is the hotel’s location and accessibility convenient, its new design brings contemporary, colorful event spaces to Paris’ meeting scene.
“The MINI Story” is a special exhibit running though January 2016.
“There’s absolutely a shift today among all of the European DMOs when it comes to seeing the value of sharing information.”
Bella Sky was recently rebranded under Marriott’s AC Hotels flag.
“We created this to make an alternative food court economy based on sustainability.”
The Brewery Conference Centre has been an iconic element of Central Stockholm’s skyline since the mid-19th century when it functioned as the Munich Brewing Company, a local watering hole for Stockholmers producing 60,000 bottles of beer per hour at its height.
Stuttgart’s electromobility industries define the very concept of innovation.
Italy is gearing up for Expo Milano 2015, a universal exposition with “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life” as its central theme.
“Learning about the area’s food could be a good exercise to enhance teambuilding among corporate groups because food reflects culture and so offers a helpful basis for improving mutual learning capabilities.”
“We are focusing on properties that have underutilized or underperforming F&B space that could be a good option for an entrepreneur to test a concept.”
“Culture is the rocket fuel that can drive this city forward,” said Mayor of Liverpool, Joe Anderson, before Grandmother’s awakening at St. George’s Hall.