PCMA is building Convening Leaders as a test lab where planners can experience experimental meeting design.
The Central American nation is focusing on the group market, developing a large variety of meeting facilities and infrastructure. We spoke with Ernesto Orillac, deputy administrator of the Panama Tourism Authority, to learn more.
IMEX America 2016 takes on two themes currently trending in the industry: the sharing economy and where personal meets professional.
“The tornado makes you so busy that you don’t do a couple of things. Number one, you don’t celebrate. There’s a reason why, when the tornado rises, your team does this—or does this. There’s a reason why, and it might be you.”
Three waterfront resorts provide great scenery, catering to three different styles of groups within a 5- to 15-minute drive of the Puerto Rico Convention Center.
"This much needed update was really dictated by customer demand," says Dianne Pepe, director of sales/marketing. "We're ecstatic for our guests to revel in this new look and feel."
Join the UF Tourism Summit at Disney and be part of an event meant to transform, disrupt and bring discovery as we plunge into a new age of tourism.
“I genuinely feel that this place is an inspiration and spectacular space to have your imagination stimulated."
“Yoga on the Green was created to help groups improve fitness, focus and stamina as they learn to increase positive communication with one another and of course have fun."
The Omni San Diego Hotel is the city’s premier meeting facility that is conveniently connected to Petco Park via the hotel’s skybridge.
Meeting industry professionals shared Big Ideas at the PCMA Convening Leaders conference held in Boston earlier this month.
The annual Society of Brain Mapping & Therapeutics conference illustrates how to create a social legacy for events.
“If you were to take a satellite picture of Singapore, 50 percent of the land is covered by greenery. The green value proposition we have for our visitors isn’t just at the property level, but the destination level.”
The 198-room Westin Panama opens its doors in Panama City on December 15 inside the upscale Costa Del Este community near the Central Business...
Sustainability and customized give-back options are making a positive difference in Virginia Beach.
Just one year after Hurricane Sandy renovated much of New Jersey’s iconic Atlantic City, a distinctly new rumble can be heard on the promenade.
More than 50 properties strutted their stuff recently at AMResorts' first trade show.
At IMEX America, Hilton Worldwide sat down with Prevue to discuss its new online portal Connect, offering a collection of online meeting planner tools designed to juice up a planner's ability to collaborate with suppliers.
Rotating roundtables—a trademark of the Prevue Visionary Summits—will allow attendees a chance to benchmark with their peers.
The Incentive Research Foundation's (IRF) latest annual conference wowed over 200 incentive planners with Maui's aloha spirit.
Visionary Summit sponsors included AIC Hotel Group, Caesars Entertainment, the Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board, Naples l Marco Island l Everglades Convention & Visitors Bureau, and Silverseas Cruises.
In September, MGM rolled out what it’s promoting as the “highest-performing, next generation wireless LAN in the industry.” All of the hotels are now connected to the $14 million, high-density WiFi system, customizable per group.
“Our customers have said that Orlando meetings attain the highest attendance of any other city."
Held at the Sands Expo and Convention Center at the Venetian in Las Vegas last week, IMEX 2016 shattered new records.
The lovely and legendary Eden Roc Miami Beach Resort pulled out all the stops for the group of 30 meeting planners, creating vibrant revolving room sets and offering a sneak hardhat preview of the new Nobu Tower rooms, which will be opening later this year.