With ample budgets and worldly travelers, and free from the regulatory restrictions faced by pharma and financial, this sector can be more...creative.
The Punjammies Pajama Bar lets attendees choose from lounge pants, tops and robes that they can take back to their rooms and then home.
Groups that explore Aruba beyond the resort scene will find a treasure trove of authentic experiences. Aruba is an island full of surprises. More than...
See how Florida's hotel & tourism industry rose to meet Hurricane Matthew with a number of innovative corporate social responsibility programs.
See how CSR incentive programs can lead to sweeping positive change.
EPCAT-USA honors 19 Top Member companies for their efforts in helping end the commercial sexual exploitation of children.
Launched in 2015, the partnership between the Banyan Tree Macau and local nonprofit Fuhong Society of Macau encourages at least 30 attendees to visit the Fuhong Society of Macau to tour its training facilities and provide lunch services to the mentally handicapped.
Along with Bono and Revo Sunglasses, web paint group Founder Doug Chorpenning says he’s “committed to elevating the attendee experience and giving sight to over 5M people by 2020.”
The worlds of meeting planning and human trafficking intersect in more places than you might realize.
"Through this comprehensive upgrade of LightStay, we are able to manage our impact globally and provide customized solutions for our hotels to improve and optimize performance."
Cultural experiences in Hawaii revolve around values of aloha spirit, or connecting with and manifesting the highest aspects of mind, body and spirit.
“If you look at the demographics going forward, you see that the Millennials want to make a difference. They’re looking for authenticity and they want to get involved in efforts like this.”
The Foundation draws the designs in advance and the client simply follows the color dots, almost like painting by the numbers. No artistic talent is required.
At the Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa, attendees can participate in the Hui Ho’ala, a Hawaiian ceremony dedicated to the renewal of the mind, body and spirit.
As one of the fastest growing trends in travel, voluntourism, or social impact travel, has become a viable option for groups seeking immersive, hyperlocal experiences in exotic destinations.
DMCs and event planning companies are the ones responsible for transforming an incentive trip into an experience that attendees could never duplicate on their own.
Today's youngest meeting attendees are not interested in token efforts; they want to be a part of an activity or fundraising event that truly makes a difference and is aligned with their values.
CSR incentive trips are truly “win-win,” especially when the company demonstrates a long-term commitment to the project.
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!
The more you can quantify your results—as in the number of trees saved—the more committed your stakeholders will be toward green meetings.
Despite making up roughly 60 percent of the hospitality workforce, inequality still runs rampant for many women in travel and tourism. Although easily claiming roles as travel agents, tour operators and meeting and event planners, the glass ceiling becomes increasingly visible at the managerial level, a statistic that Accor is doing its part to change.
The hotel introduces a new restaurant concept — Station Kitchen & Cocktails — which is created to offer attendees and locals an engaging social experience.
Groups visiting Naples, Marco Island & the Everglades looking beyond the beach to incorporate educational activities and eco experiences.
David Beam, CEO of Insulate America, wanted his group to experience New Orleans the way the locals do.
220 preschoolers now have brand new running shoes as the result of a CSR program by Genband and its DMC, Dragonfly Africa, during the company's incentive trip to South Africa.