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The 2014 Las Vegas edition of IMEX America will include an extensive education program, with most sessions approved for professional accreditation.
Omni’s TED-inspired “Be Collaborative” road show has been making its way across the US since August, leaving a trail of energized and refocused meeting planners in its wake.
Sheraton Hotels illustrates how to personalize large meetings based on smart meeting design.
“We spend a lot of time in our kitchens today. If you bring that into a team event, it makes it feel more like family.”
New concert hall is designed for both world class cultural events and corporate meetings.
“So many people work virtually at different hours, but you can complete [the OMU curriculum] wherever you want.”
BestCities welcomed its 11th member this year: Business Events Tokyo.
Check out The Coach House Tavern and Pink Pony, where many umpires hang out after games.
IMEX America 2014 attendees can expect even more business, networking and learning power with new features organizers have planned.
In a private 15-acre park overlooking Rome’s skyline, instructors from the Gruppo Storico Romano school guide guests of the Rome Cavalieri hotel through ancient gladiator techniques.
The alliance helps meeting planners save money, save time and share knowledge.
Hilton’s HED Talks videos focus on topic areas meeting, event and travel planners want and need in order to engage and create memorable connections.
Wonderful Copenhagen and academic Rob Davidson profiled Millennial-age meeting attendee preferences.