Social media isn't an option any more, it's a natural extension of your meeting brand.
“This is the dream. It’s conflict, and it’s compromise, and it’s very very exciting.”
“We are humans. There is a finite end to this life, and we’re all going to face it and a little silliness can help.”
Leave it to John Lennon and Yoko Ono to turn a war protest song into a Christmas classic.
You have the power to create an event that leaves attendees forever changed.
Predictable ballroom and boardroom meetings are being shaken up, as meeting planners find more creative ways to engage attendees and transform event spaces.
Wharton believed that the fewer colors used in a room, the more relaxing the space would be.
Martha Stewart was said to have lost at least 10 pounds in prison, and that’s likely because she cut out her famous gluten-loaded sweets and pastries.
The Netflix original, Stranger Things, centers around a 12-year-old boy, will, who goes missing.
Like Charlie Brown realizes, sometimes stats reveal an unwanted truth that can eventually be beneficial.
The Wi-Fi question becomes more and more important for groups, especially any group involved in the tech industry.
Taglines such as Nike’s “Just Do It” or Apple’s “Think Different” provide brand messages so powerful that they’ve become part of everyday vernacular.
If you've ever wanted to know how to become a mystic sorcerer capable of delving into distant dimensions with a determined gaze and swirl of a hand, don't bother reading this.
The late Leonard Cohen gave much to the world in the way of lyrical storytelling, and oddly enough, contract clauses, as these lyrics will attest.
By creating an interactive tab, this helps attendees see how the event can benefit them specifically.
The best way to know your audience’s likes and interests is by creating a pre-event survey that includes questions about music.
Who among you hasn't found themselves glued to Netflix reruns of House of Cards, pounding down the popcorn while devouring three or four episodes at a time (or maybe a day's worth, after all, what's the point of yard work?), stunned at the onslaught of deception and evil?
The St. Regis San Francisco has announced five new festive holiday event ideas that are ideal for groups visiting the city.
Even just a quick five-minute neck rub can get attendees back on the field and achieving their best in no time.
There are a few common threads to Captain Sully’s thought process that planners in the throes of an event gone wrong can learn from.
The Marriott tool offers expert tips and trend articles, and now it is offering planners the chance to win a $5,000 meeting credit.
We make visitors feel like locals. That’s how we do Kansas City.
Driven by the trend among consumers valuing experiences over material things, meetings are undergoing a profound transformation and becoming more experiential.
A collection of harmonicas and two accordions from the Musical Instrument Museum will line the walls of The Bees Knees.
A few lessons for meeting planners from "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt"'s crew of quirky characters