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According to ECPAT-USA Executive Director Carol Smolenski, the next initiative from her organization will be to create a training program for people who work in travel management companies.
In the British Virgin Islands, “The destruction caused by Hurricane Irma has been devastating,” reported Sharon Flax-Brutus, director of tourism for the British Virgin Islands. Few resorts report that they’ll be open this fall.
So far, Meeting Professionals International has raised $1,422 of its $15,000 goal for members who are victims of Hurricane Harvey.
Keynote speakers at the Global Business Travel Association Convention, including former General David Petraeus, Chairman and Senior Executive of IAC and Expedia Barry Diller and Delta Airlines CEO Ed Bastian, all touched on current political uncertainties.
WordPress has made it easy for event planners who already have a WordPress site to add an Events Manager plugin that offers ticketing.
The hills of Downpatrick in Northern Ireland hold the most famous Game of Thrones castle.
Designed to help planners navigate the complexity of planning International meetings. The summit will be a mix of expert speakers and roundtables where attendees share their destination experiences and knowledge. New York,...
As far as multisensory dining experiences go, Paco Roncero's SubliMotion is a 20 on a scale of 10.
Millennials have grown up with TV cooking shows and a world of ingredients to experiment with, and consider themselves to be foodies.
For more intimate, high-end summits, Borgata has two Executive Boardrooms and eight Tower Studios – featuring plasma TVs and sparkling views of the Atlantic below.
Groups visiting Seminole County should have some serious nature immersion on the agenda.
How Singapore's pioneering spirit, deep-rooted knowledge economy and dynamic business environment fosters one-of-a-kind meetings in the Lion City.
Several hotel companies, including Carlson-Rezidor, Accor, Wyndham and Hilton Worldwide, are leading the fight against trafficking by signing "The Code."
Just steps away from the Phoenix Convention Center, hundreds of restaurants, Chase Field, Talking Stick Resort Arena, Phoenix Art Museum, and a selection of reputable theaters, guests can easily transition from business to entertainment.
Groups can enjoy many outdoor teambuilding activities in the beautiful New Mexico weather, including the brand new Apache Eagle Zip Rider and Apache Wind Rider Zip Tour.
From enjoying a Lowcountry boil at a Murrell's Inlet eatery to learning the Carolina Shag, here are 5 ways to immerse groups in the Myrtle Beach culture.
The National Conference Center has come up with the following list of top apps for meeting and event planners—and many are free.
Balmy weather, versatile conference spaces and a mix of unique dining experiences are the ingredients for the ideal Anaheim meeting.
Indulge in South Walton's renowned Gulf-to-Table culinary scene, golf at one of its full-service resorts—there's so much to do and see in addition to the beach.
Just 10 minutes from the airport and steps away from the convention center, Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel is at the epicenter of all that is Phoenix.
These 14 turnkey experiences allow attendees "to go beneath the surface, behind-the-scenes and hands-on to discover Baltimore’s unique story.”
Groups visiting Naples, Marco Island & the Everglades looking beyond the beach to incorporate educational activities and eco experiences.