IHG announced its latest hotel brand, voco, which will bring more upscale offerings to meeting planners.
When it comes to pop-up events, don’t disappoint with anything less than extraordinary and innovative.
The cruise giant is poised to make a giant splash in luxury and expedition cruising.
Learn the signs that could indicate an individual is being trafficked, and what to do if you see an incidence of human trafficking.
The proceeds from the live and silent action fund the IRF's research all year long.
Meeting planners organizing an event in Las Vegas may be in for a surprise next month as casino employees anticipate a strike that could be very costly to major Las Vegas resorts and casinos located on the Strip.
A recent rise in passengers taking advantage of the lax airline rules regarding emotional support animals has led to stricter guidelines.
The sharing economy is officially making waves in the hospitality world, with Marriott International recently announcing its foray into the home-sharing market.
Many companies have not distinguished that meetings come with their own specific set of risks—whether that be attendees walking around cities wearing badges or a chartered bus full of meeting attendees traveling through a dangerous area.
The first live event for the brand-new association for independent meeting planners, Meeting Planners Unite, will be December 4 to 6 in Washington, D.C.
InterContinental Hotels Group announced that it will be the third major hotel brand to cut independent planner commissions from 10 percent to 7 percent.
Meeting planning certificates range from Cruise Meetings to Emergency Preparedness to Healthcare Compliance.
Moving forward, planners must require that EU attendees actively opt in and offer explicit consent to store and use their data.
A trifecta of incentive travel orgs are collaborating on the industry’s first joint index study to help meeting planners make better business decisions.
A new LEED-certified Costa Rica Convention Center turns the country's sustainability focus toward meetings.
There's no doubt that the new tax law will have an impact on companies' use of business meals and entertainment for clients.
The Huffington Post calls Andrew Davis "one of the most entertaining speakers you will ever hear. Andrew will make you believe that you can ignite conversations around your brand and build moments of inspiration for your customers."
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a new data protection law in the EU, does into effect May 25. What does it mean for you?
"Just like all companies, hotels are looking for ways to be the most profitable. The 3 percent now goes straight to their bottom line."
Blockchain, for one, will shorten the "long tail of travel and meeting procurement,’" allowing for faster and possibly less expensive travel and meeting planning.
Highlights from 5 key meetings industry events in 2018: IMEX America, MPI's WEC, the ASAE Annual Meeting, the WINiT Summit and the Duty of Care Summit.
Prevue's editors will rely on the 15 members of its 2018 Editorial Advisory Board to advise them as they develop content for the brand's print magazine, web site, webinars, newsletters and Visionary Summit Series.
Wyndham Worldwide recently announced the acquisition of La Quinta Holdings, which will officially take place in the second quarter of 2018.
In order to keep airlines sustainable, the International Civil Aviation Organization Assembly adopted the Carbon Offsetting Scheme for International Aviation agreement in 2016.
Puerto Rico is bouncing back in a big way this year with hotel reopenings, debuts and innovative F&B options.