When groups visit Boise, Idaho, their typical response is “who knew?”
Few places come as close to being an “all-inclusive city” with built-in added value for meetings like this New Jersey city, and a number of new developments toot this horn.
The Mexican state of Yucatan should be on your radar, with the opening of the Yucatan International Convention Center in Merida.
The Buenos Aires Expo and Convention Center opened in Recoleta, a centralized neighborhood that gives attendees access to popular museums and attractions in Argentina’s capital city.
The Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau recently launched its new #GreaterTogether initiative in an effort to welcome international groups.
St. Louis’ Ballpark Village is about to get much bigger as it gears up for a $260 million second-phase project that includes a convention hotel.
An increase in MICE programs is adding new dimensions to Chicago’s cultural side while also giving a gust of revenue to the Windy City.
“New developments in Baltimore are transforming its horizon, both literally and figuratively."
Visual storytelling within a “no walls” mix of high and popular art will characterize the new Lucas Museum of Narrative Art when it opens in L.A.’s Exposition Park in 2021.
With a vibrant culinary scene and significant new investment in its downtown area, there's much to offer groups meeting in Rochester.
Panama is rapidly entering the meetings market with the new Amador Convention Center opening in Panama City.
Meetings in Albany are firmly on the map with the opening of the new Albany Capital Center just steps from the New York State Capitol.
With its royal palaces, centuries-old Buddhist temples and traditional hanok villages, it’s not hard for groups coming to South Korea to quickly soak up the country’s vibrant culture. But this isn't the whole shebang.
See how San Antonio's River Walk is getting even more appealing to planners.
New hotels, restaurants, retail, an event pier, marina and riverfront park will help redefine the city’s River District, connected by an about two-mile scenic Riverwalk.
Nine years in the making, the last phase of the convention center’s $297 million expansion will not only help the city attract larger events but also revitalize its Riverbank precinct.
New restaurant openings and 3,000 new hotel rooms slated to open by 2020. And this is just the tip of the iceberg of Seattle development.
While Quito already attracts international visitors as the first city to be named a World Heritage Cultural Site by UNESCO in 1978, this new convention center will help put Quito more on the meetings map.
A luxury vibe is rolling into in Fort Lauderdale and Hollywood, Fla., via a wave of new high-end and hyperlocal restaurants and hotels.
The fall of the iconic Riviera Hotel and Casino, the first high-rise and one of the only remaining casinos from the city’s infamous mob days, marks the steady rise of Las Vegas as a formidable meetings destination.
The history and mystery of the U.S. government is on full display at the International Spy Museum.
The angular glass facility will feature floor-to-ceiling windows, bringing a welcoming, lively atmosphere to the port.
The year of adventure is in full swing throughout the Caribbean, bringing with it an array of experiences and new hotels that aim to please.
Huntington Beach's surf culture used to define the destination at just about every turn.
Cincinnati is in the midst of an incredible run, with an estimated $2 billion investment flooding into the city's downtown core.