“We created this to make an alternative food court economy based on sustainability.”
“As interest in craft beer continues to grow, we wanted to offer a beverage that was unique to Las Vegas.”
“We really do try to have fun and take advantage of the Victorian town of Breckenridge while being active on the mountain.”
“The size of the space is a major differentiator, but it’s also flexible event space, where groups can really customize their meeting experience.”
The newest member of the FICP board shares some of his meeting planning experiences, from ways to save money to top experiences not to be missed by groups.
New infrastructure, culture and a variety of meeting options at The Westin Kansas City are elevating meetings.
A newer experience for all-inclusive resorts, the oxygen bar brings attendees together to breathe in flavored oxygen that can increase relaxation.
“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.”
“The big trends are personalization and high service, and new ways to share something in common.”
“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.”
Utilizing unique local venues offers attendees the opportunity to combine personal and professional goals.
“We’re trying to work harder and harder on the U.S. market.”
If you weren’t there, you missed it all, and then some.
Flavored vodka is out, as whiskeys, tequilas and gins are starting to be flavored with cinnamon, apples, ginger and vanilla.