The puppies performed just brilliantly, bonding with attendee after attendee and posing for an endless stream of selfies and performing.
Prevue's upcoming Visionary Summit August 11 and 12 in Chicago will feature some of the top thinkers in the industry in the area of meeting strategy.
The event showcased the city's multifaceted attractions—beach, gaming and entertainment—through its evening events, with an opening night beach party for 2,000 featuring small bites from dozens of local restaurants
"This is the largest concentration of separate events taking place under one roof during a three-week period that we have ever hosted.”
Topping off the Education Day was a closing keynote by the U.S. Navy's first-ever female F-14 Tomcat fighter pilot Carey Lohrenz.
Guests were treated to specialties from some of New York's best local restaurants, including The Meatball Shop and Luke's Lobster, as well as a new pair of sunglasses and sample perfumes.
All the news and updates from the 26th annual JAPEX (Jamaican Product Exchange) held at the Montego Bay Convention Centre on April 29-May 1, 2016.
With fairytale-like castle hotels, ski resorts and ice bars situated in the heart of the Canadian Rockies, this alpine setting offers a complete sense of escape in winter months.
Rotating roundtables—a trademark of the Prevue Visionary Summits—will allow attendees a chance to benchmark with their peers.
Simon Suarez, president of Asonashores, the Dominican Republic’s hotel and tourism association, says that the private sector continues to encourage the development of a convention center in Santo Domingo.
Attendees at Prevue's upcoming Summit on Global Meeting Planning will have a chance to sample the Scenterprises Perfume Bar.
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.
Thousands attended Meetings Africa 16, a high-energy trade show held at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg this past February. Exhibitors came from South Africa and 15 other countries, all under the banner, “Advancing Africa Together.” Here’s a sample of what had meeting and event planners buzzing.
The merging of traditional medicine and wellness has sparked some pretty interesting medical meetings as of late.
“I genuinely feel that this place is an inspiration and spectacular space to have your imagination stimulated."
It’s not hard to see why this Australian city, nicknamed the “Athens of the South” for its Mediterranean-like climate and laid back lifestyle, is a dream both for meetings and incentives, and one of the best cities for incentives overall.
The Miami Beach Summit will focus on the 5 factors that our readers say are having the most impact on their meetings.
"At the end of the day, it's not about the money, it's about facilitating conversation and building community."
India is firmly planted in the incentive spotlight with the Site Global Conference having just visited in October.
Find out who won our 2015 Visionary Awards, recognizing forward-thinking venues, destinations and suppliers whose vision advances the interests of the meeting and incentive industry.
Another part the digital conversation was the Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington’s (RAMW) push to encourage attendees to combine their love for books and food.
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.
The American Society for Association Executives (ASAE) rolled into Detroit last month to find a city in the midst of a restoration that is worthy of its storied 314-year history of innovation.
Want to explore a meeting destination from pretty much anywhere in the world? Visit with leading hotels, cruise lines and incentive providers all in one spot? IMEX America 2015 is a safe bet for business, education and networking power.
The Dominican Republic reported its fifth consecutive year of growth in the tourism sector this year, capping off 2014 with 5.1 million visitors—450,000 being new tourists to the island.