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Disney/Pixar’s animated summer hit “Inside Out” gives audiences a glimpse into a little girl’s five emotions: joy, sadness, fear, disgust and anger. Read More

Hilton Aims to Drive Business Through Uber Partnership

Ride reminders and local selections will help attendees feel more at home when on the road. Read More

Pretzel Mania: Salty Snacks Add a Twist to Meetings

If you’re hosting a meeting in one of these cities, these salty pretzel delights are a must-try. Read More


Find out how three tech updates are amping up the meetings game. Read More

How exactly do speakers pique audience interest? A study by research firm Science of People says it’s all about body language. Read More

Greenville, South Carolina, is an uplifting destination for faith-based meetings. Read More

Love ’em or leave ’em, volunteers require some work, but the results can benefit your events and your organization. Read More

The wilderness-inspired hotel Big Cypress Lodge has 105 rustically appointed rooms, including eight suites, and is located within the Memphis Pyramid. Read More

Ride reminders and local selections will help attendees feel more at home when on the road. Read More

More than 200 kids got their own programming at Chi Alpha Campus Ministries, USA’s 2015 Campus Missions Conference. Read More

Planners can use Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms to attract diverse attendees. Read More

Take a cue from this Holi celebration at Sri Sri Radha Krishna Temple in Spanish Fork, Utah, and incorporate abundant color into your next event. Read More

Female planners and event professionals try to break through gender barriers once and for all. Read More

If you’re hosting a meeting in one of these cities, these salty pretzel delights are a must-try. Read More

Conference-goers in Orlando and Anaheim can get their fill of the Force with major attractions coming soon. Read More

Ten years later, Donna Karl Sakelakos, CMP, who wrote New Orleans’ book on emergency preparedness, discusses the city’s recovery from Katrina and the lessons the events industry can learn from the response. Read More

Disney/Pixar’s animated summer hit “Inside Out” gives audiences a glimpse into a little girl’s five emotions: joy, sadness, fear, disgust and anger. Read More

Millennial Josiah Gorman gives the rundown on the logistics of the Bible Bowl and shares important lessons he’s learned from planning. Read More

Alexander Hamilton bids adieu as the face of the $10 bill, making way for a female counterpart. Read More

Phillip J. Jones, president and CEO of the Dallas CVB, discusses the city’s effort to draw LGBT events, the latest push in its ambitious diversity campaign. Read More

Kalahari Resort opened its third waterpark resort and conference center July 1, 2015, in Pocono Manor, Pennsylvania. Read More

Safety is always a concern for planners, but when thousands of young people travel across the globe for a weeklong conference, it becomes more than just a precaution. Read More

Meetings Mean Business expands initiative promoting the industry from North America to the rest of the world. Read More

Is your conference schedule too familiar? It’s time to break out of the “agenda shuffle” and breathe new life into your event. Your attendees will thank you. Read More

The charming Tennessee city appeals to groups eager to bring their children along. Read More

Westgate is a bit of a Florida oasis for groups that want to really get away from it all. Read More

It was love at first site visit for Kelsey Ogletree exploring meeting venues and local culture in Greenville, South Carolina. Read More

Wild Dunes Resort is an outdoor lover’s paradise 30 minutes from Charleston, South Carolina, on the small barrier island of Isle of Palms. Read More

Partnership aims to help planners draw big crowds to major events. Read More

Focusing on religious diversity in meetings means playing Job and Solomon in equal measure. Read More

Mazda Miles, CMM, president of Perfection Events, discusses the evolution of events becoming more inclusive in recent years. Read More

The reaction to the former olympian’s transformation demonstrates that society has some catching up to do to event professionals focused on inclusion. Read More

While hotels are becoming increasingly aware of the importance of sustainability, it takes some responsibility on your part to push for greater environmental efforts from your meeting’s host hotels. Read More

As audiovisual technology makes advancements, meeting planners need to be aware of the new pitfalls that come with them. Read More

Chloe’s Soft Serve Fruit Co. launched a new product perfect for faith-based planners with dietary-challenged attendees. They’re free of dairy, gluten, fat and the eight major allergens—plus they’re vegan and kosher pareve. Read More

Selecting a host city that offers meeting space, dining options and entertainment all within walking distance is a win-win for everyone. Read More

Many thought-provoking questions are posed in a new short film directed by Michael Tomae. Read More

Hillsong United’s latest foray into mainstream media is its new feature documentary, “Let Hope Rise.” Read More

Even the most savvy traveler can succumb to a food-borne illness, but with a bit of caution, you can reduce the chances of Delhi belly on overseas trips. Read More

Pope Francis donates the proceeds for an auctioned Harley-Davidson to Friendly World Association. Read More