It really pays to have that credit card, frequent flyer card and maybe pay a bit more for an earlier flight to avoid airport hassles
It’s better to go overboard and have too much signage than risk attendees being lost and continually asking for directions.
Here are 6 duty of care questions raised in a new iJET white paper. Knowing the answers will help keep your attendees safe.
There are tons of tools out today that can help you manage and automate a lot of the repetitive email tasks you may have gotten used to—and many of them are free.
Some outsourcing partners are brought on to assist internal meeting planners on a single project. Others can be a permanent extension of the staff.
This year’s Oscar nominations speak truth to the power of the feminine spirit and the universal obstacles that passionate, career-driven and pioneering females face.
For a fully customized and personalized event experience, consider buying out the hotel.
Here are five key factors for meeting planners to consider when planning multigenerational meetings.
The goal of hotel points is to reward loyalty, but do they influence decisions—and if companies accept them, how do they put them to use?
These top event decor trends—from mixing rustic and metallic to splashing the room with gold— will shape the look of special events in 2018.
Matthias Schultze, managing director of the German Convention Bureau, weighs in on why barrier-free meetings have been a major focus in recent years.
What better way for groups to experience New York than exploring a combination of the city’s iconic and lesser-known holiday shopping spots?
Ideas for integrating the principles of feng shui in meeting room design from MeetWell speaker Debra Duneier of Eco Chi
Take note from Clark Griswold in “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” on ways to avoid the holiday chaos during these last events of 2017.
When you are taken care of as a participant, your ability to make connections to other humans, and to the learning you are experience is stronger.
For planners, the most appealing perk of tech may be its ability to help save money at meetings and conferences.
Meeting planners can glean inspiration from Kevin McCallister’s methods by giving into event technology and realizing how helpful it can really be.
Education, the destination and networking opportunities were the top reasons people attend meetings, according to a new survey by The Experience Institute.
The messages behind folkloric tales still ring true today—so much so that meeting planners can use them to navigate the enchanted forest of negotiation.
"Take deeper dives into content and discussion points after the conference by creating documents that everyone can contribute to."
Most meeting planners have experienced at least one or two disasters, leaving them awake at night to conjure up whatever meetings nightmares may occur next.
Using these three methods of social proof will help give your attendees the confirmation they need from others.
Corporate event planners can flex their secret ninja skills and unleash the inner power of fledgling employees through strategic use of Legos.
What better way to prove your skills as a meeting planner than by inviting public participation and future clients to witness your event through live video?
After the launch of the robot concierge at hotels, the chatbot continues to make waves in the hospitality industry.