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Catholic Relief Services is among the organizations advising pregnant attendees to postpone travel to areas affected by the mosquito-borne Zika virus. Read More

Tania Armenta Takes Charge at the Albuquerque CVB

The native New Mexican discusses her promotion to CVB president and CEO and what’s ahead for Albuquerque. Read More

Site Visit: Gatlinburg Convention Center

In the middle of downtown Gatlinburg, Tennessee, Gatlinburg Convention Center is a beehive of activity for faith-based groups traveling to this Smoky Mountain town for meetings. Read More


Preparations and development for the 2017 Super Bowl in Houston will benefit planners long after the final kick. Read More

California-based San Jose Marriott completes a multimillion-dollar renovation just in time for the big game. Read More

Fox has a hit on its hands with the success of “Grease: Live.” Here are some tips from their production that you can take to your next live event. Read More

Tim Brown, a beloved leader and mentor for many event professionals, died unexpectedly in January. Read More

“Married at First Sight” star Vanessa Nelson’s meeting planning career is shining bright. Read More

Score a touchdown at your next event by learning from 50 years’ worth of championship football games. Read More

The Vatican and Pope Francis are bringing together 150 leaders in sports, politics and religion to discuss how athletics can encourage social change. Read More

Work has begun on a $470 million project to restore Los Angeles’ aging convention center and its stature in the meetings industry. Read More

The self-proclaimed “buckle of the Bible Belt,” Chattanooga, Tennessee, is using its new Barna Group ranking to boost faith-based biz. Read More

A new palm-size gluten sensor called Nima may help alleviate the stress of eating away from home. Read More

Virgin America is touting its improved in-flight Wi-Fi through partnerships with Netflix, Spotify and The New York Times. Read More

The legendary Public Enemy front man spoke to the attendees at Diversity Marketplace about challenging conventional thinking and taking a global view on world events. Read More

This week’s event in Atlanta challenged planners and suppliers to think in varied ways. Here are our editors’ picks for the most important themes. Read More

The hotelier’s January promotion comes as group rates are expected to rise by nearly 5 percent in 2016. Read More

The sky is the limit for how drones are used in the events industry, but precautions are needed to operate the soaring technology. Read More

Two decades removed from ravaging wars, Rwanda, Serbia and Colombia emerge poised to become top-tier destinations for meetings. Read More

As a Southern white woman in an upper socioeconomic class, I feel a little awkward and clumsy talking about diversity from any real place of knowing. But isn’t it my job to think about diversity when I’m planning stories and images for this website and its magazine? Read More

Courtyard Muncie in Indiana provides a setting where people with disabilities can work and develop hospitality industry skills. Read More

Millennials’ view of religious institutions is more negative than ever, according to a new study. Read More

What’s old is new again in downtown Birmingham, a Southern city catching its second wind. Read More

Here are five new and upcoming devices unveiled at CES 2016 you’ll want to get your hands on. Read More

Attendees at Expo Milano 2015 were well-bread. A 400-ft.-long baguette helped them reach their goal of breaking the Guinness World Record for largest loaf. Read More

Collinson Media & Events, an innovator and leader in the meetings, hospitality and travel industry, will begin operating under a new name, Connect. Under the change, Rejuvenate will shift to Connect Faith. Read More

Have you seen the price of eggs or meat lately? If you are a planner, you have surely felt it. I know I have. Read More

Resolve to clean up your language this year. Read More

Pizza on demand? Yes, please. Aloft Hotels have answered the call of millennials everywhere by creating a room service system based solely on emojis. Read More

Charlotte’s parks and ease of transportation will breathe new life into your next event. Read More

NCCA’s first event in Charlotte goes off without a hitch using Billy Graham’s Library, King’s Kitchen & Bakery and more intriguing venues. Read More

Retiring after 43 years, National Minority Supplier Development Council’s Suzette Eaddy leaves behind a legacy, but she’s not done yet. Read More

Catholic Relief Services is among the organizations advising pregnant attendees to postpone travel to areas affected by the mosquito-borne Zika virus. Read More

Send attendees home with a sweet message in the form of a customized fortune cookie. Read More

Passion 2016 set a new standard for simulcasting by hosting the main event in both Houston and Atlanta. Read More

In her own words: The Director of Marketing for Giant Impact’s Catalyst Conference talks about the power of her position. Read More

Make sure every attendee has the same experience by being aware of and preparing for those with special needs, including those who are deaf or hard of hearing. Read More

The native New Mexican discusses her promotion to CVB president and CEO and what’s ahead for Albuquerque. Read More

In the middle of downtown Gatlinburg, Tennessee, Gatlinburg Convention Center is a beehive of activity for faith-based groups traveling to this Smoky Mountain town for meetings. Read More

Motor City’s rejuvenation has brought new life to a classic Detroit landmark in the form of a hip event venue. Read More