New trends in technology, F&B and event experiences point to big things for the meetings and event industry as it enters 2018.
We talked to Taylor James, who plays Samson, and New York Times bestselling author Eric Wilson about why the Biblical story remains appealing.
Eric Walters, general manager of Hilton Portland, talks about how the property's recent upgrades will enhance events like Connect Diversity.
Event planners worry Marriott’s plan to drop third-party commissions from 10 to 7 percent, effective in March, is a sign of what’s to come.
Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love, has a lot to brag about with new hotels, a new museum and a steady stream of tourists.
Historic Sante Fe continues to evolve as a sought-after meeting destination in New Mexico, but it isn't the state's only city with southwestern charm.
Exploring meeting venues at colleges and universities may be the smartest move you make when planning your next conference.
We performed an informal poll to discover some of the most common complaints event planners hear (and the tongue-in-cheek responses they might think of).
Six years ago, Bryan Popin had it all: a thriving ministry, a nurturing family and a debut gospel album set to launch. Then everything collapsed.
We asked and you answered. Behold, our list of your favorite venues in the East to conduct events and meetings. Congratulations to all.
An unengaged audience is the worst nightmare for a panel. Planners can assist panelists by suggesting these techniques to connect to the audience.
Juli Windsor was angry at God for her dwarfism. Then, she realized her value wasn't in her size, and standing at 3 feet and 9 inches wouldn’t keep her