Prevue's new meeting planner advisory board, which includes corporate, association and independent planners from every facet of the industry, will serve for a one-year period.
Big or small, high-tech or low-key, inside or outside—meeting facilities in Bermuda come in all shapes and sizes.
Tech companies continue to raise the meetings and events industry bar, with DJs spinning contemporary beats, eclectic venues providing artsy backdrops and artisanal F&B menus becoming industry standard now. The Tableau Software event in Seattle last May was no exception.
How one meeting planner seamlessly leveraged culture in Jamaica for a truly memorable and hyperlocal group experience.
How will event entertainment change in 2016? We spoke with Kapow’s CEO and VP of Partnerships, Marc Halpin and Nicole Lavin, to glean insights on the entertainment trends they’re seeing.
“Companies should not be comfortable with even 90 percent of respondents agreeing risk is being mitigated properly.”
"At the end of the day, it's not about the money, it's about facilitating conversation and building community."
"Destinations and venues are working in tandem to be more attractive to event organizers to retain and grow group business, which is an important economic driver and often generates more profitable revenue for venues."
Foodies attending Catersource’s Art of Catering Food conference Aug. 9 to 12 got a taste of Salt Lake City’s rising food and beverage scene.
Prevue sat down with Leslie Menichini, VP of Sales & Marketing for Rosen Hotels & Resorts to talk innovation and what Rosen is doing to stay ahead of the curve in this regard. Here's what she had to say.
How the rise in popularity of silent discos, silent seminars and silent auctions also harness quiet engagement.
A Joint Study on Multigenerational Programming by Prevue Meetings & the Incentive Research Foundation.
Darren Green, senior VP of sales for the Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board, discusses LA's downtown renaissance.
Pay particular attention to fish and tropical fruit. These can significantly increase the carbon footprint of your menu.
Meeting in art-centric Santa Fe, N.M., might seem out of character for a group of neurotrauma scientists, but the city offered the perfect balance of right- and left-brain activities for attendees.
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.
We spoke to Laura Robles, CMP, director of group sales for Fiesta Americana Grand Coral Beach Cancun, about how new innovations are enhancing the experiences of meeting attendees.
With an average of over 18 years of experience, the planners in attendance were highly seasoned and conversations overflowed with shared experiences and advice.
Planning off-sites at atypical Washington, D.C., venues can be a bold move in a city known for its famous federal museums and art galleries.
Anticipation is swelling over the grand opening of the 349-room Margaritaville Hollywood Beach Resort on Hollywood, Florida's, bustling boardwalk.
"A team made up of people of different ages can have combined benefits. For example, the younger generation may have a better command of new technologies and the older generation could have a better understanding of a well-anchored corporate culture.”
It can be difficult for speakers to focus on their presentations and also monitor what is being said in the Twitter channel.
Ahead of our July/August culinary issue, we asked Marc Mulherin, GM for the Branson Convention Center for a few tips on how leverage food and beverage to create powerful attendee experiences.
Sensitivity toward art and design have always been defining features of Marriott’s Autograph Collection. A recent partnership with the Variety Studio: Actors on Actors...
Visionary Summit attendees learned not to assume anything, including that there will be heat in winter at your hotel in the middle of Morocco's Atlas Mountains.