Airbnb for Events, Airbnb, The Shakedown, technology, event management

Questions Answered on the New Airbnb for Events Tool

In this Shakedown, we speak with Ashwin Krishnan, partnerships and business development for Airbnb, about the new Airbnb for Events tool.

What the Hawaii Volcano Eruption Means for Planners

As the Kilauea volcano rages on, fears over what this means for meetings and incentives are revving up for many planners.
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How to Accommodate the Non-Drinkers in Your Group

Let’s be honest: The meetings and events industry often comes with a serious dose of imbibing, but what about attendees who don't drink?

Prevent Data Breaches With These 4 Steps

Massive data breaches are occurring regularly across the spectrum of business. Here are 4 tips for navigating this new frontier.
planner commissions, InterContinental Hotels Group, Hilton, Marriott, Dream Hotel Group, third-party planners

IHG Cuts Commissions, Other Hotel Companies Raise Them

InterContinental Hotels Group announced that it will be the third major hotel brand to cut independent planner commissions from 10 percent to 7 percent.

Groups Find ‘Sierra Soul’ in California’s Wellness Experiences

The Sierra Nevada mountain range can play backdrop to some pretty cool wellness experiences.
Hard Rock Hotels

Hard Rock Gets Down to Business With a Number of New Hotels

On the heels of opening new digs in Daytona Beach and its first hotel in the heart of the Swiss Alps, Hard Rock Hotels is set to amplify the Big Easy.
Puerto Rico

5 Updates That Prove Puerto Rico Is Perking Up

Puerto Rico is back in business for meetings and incentives groups. And here are 5 updates that speak to just that.
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Beware of The Bear Claw at Hammock Beach Resort

The newly renovated Jack Nicklaus-designed Ocean Course at Hammock Beach Resort has the brag worthy title of “most oceanfront holes in Florida.”
Toy Story Land, Disney, Lake Buena Vista, Florida, themed attraction

Disney’s New Toy Story Land Makes for Playful Meetings

Attendees will be shrunk to the size of a child’s toy—or at least it will feel like that—in the latest attraction from Disney: Toy Story Land.
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New Incentive Travel Study Will Help Planners Predict Market Trends

A trifecta of incentive travel orgs are collaborating on the industry’s first joint index study to help meeting planners make better business decisions.
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5 Creative Summer Corporate Outing Ideas

It's time to plan the summer corporate outing and the pressure is on to get creative—fast. Here are a few ideas from the experts.
Park City Utah events, Montage Deer Valley

Park City Culinary Events Go Off Without Hitch at These Two Resorts

Park City culinary events go off without a hitch at these two resorts.

Exhausted Execs Are Revived With Quebec Sugar Shacks

There are around 200 shacks scattered across the province of Quebec, offering everything from a five-course maple-centric menu to grab and go maple bites.

Chef Michael Mina Brings New Wave of Seafood Dishes to the Desert

Chef Michael Mina brings a new wave of seafood to the desert.

Customized Luxe Experiences Galore at The Post Oak Hotel

Meetings and incentives attendees need only show up to feel like VIPs at The Post Oak Hotel.
Costa Rica Convention Center

A First Look at Costa Rica’s New LEED-Certified Convention Center

A new LEED-certified Costa Rica Convention Center turns the country's sustainability focus toward meetings.

It’s All Movable Greens & Margarita Bikes at Coeur d’Alene Golf & Spa Resort

Every golfer’s bucket list should include a hole on a movable island. And that’s exactly what the 338-room Coeur d'Alene Golf & Spa Resort offers meetings and incentives groups.
Daytona Beach, Florida, Hard Rock Hotel Daytona Beach, Hard Rock, new hotels

New Hard Rock Hotel Daytona Beach Basks in the Spotlight

The iconic rock ‘n’ roll energy that characterizes the Hard Rock brand recently found a new spot to jam out: the newly opened Hard Rock Hotel Daytona Beach.

5 Breakouts That Prove Culinary Experiences are the Bee’s Knees

Culinary breakout sessions feed the growing demand for meetings and incentives combos.
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Wolfgang Puck Catering Debuts New L.A. Venue

Wolfgang Puck Catering launched its newest event venue, City Market Social House, in Los Angeles in March.
Expect Diversity, indigenous communities, culture, meeting tips, how tos

What to Consider When Planning for Indigenous Attendees

Indigenous attendees have a wide range of customs that date back thousands of years, which is why planning meetings for them takes careful consideration.
technology, data security, meeting tips, GDPR, Mark Zuckerberg, data

4 Strategies for Planners in Need of a Data Security Plan

Recent current events—ahem, GDPR and the Mark Zuckerberg testimony—certainly have meeting planners rethinking their own data security plans.

Experience Shakespeare’s England With These 6 Stops

Groups will have the opportunity to travel through Shakespeare’s England while visiting a few of the landmarks that shaped his life.

To Build Teams Use the Cues of Deception

In her book, “Liespotting,” author Pamela Meyer examines the cues of deception and the telltales of lying, and how they work together to build teams.

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