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).
From a state-of-the art convention center to the more than 2,000 hotel rooms in downtown, you are always steps away from a great experience in Des Moines.
Presenting our 2017 holiday gift guide for the on-the-go professionals who don't have time to research presents for friends, family and peers.
While there is not a one-size-fits-all plan, use these steps to develop a solid email strategy that doesn't get lost in the clutter of inboxes.
Nick Fish, National Program Director of American Atheists National Convention, discusses values and having faith that there's no higher power.
The 2017 Culture Shapers are a group of seven young professionals who are making a mark in the faith-based events industry, changing the way we work.
With the use of GPS location-based technology and augmented reality, travel app Detour is creating an array of what it calls “walk-umentaries.”
We asked, you answered: What artists, albums, music and songs are you playing at your conferences right now? The answers may surprise you.
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.
Flagstaff is known for its endless array of outdoor activities, Native American history and lively downtown—and a hidden gem for small- to midsize events.
Meredith Martini, founder and CEO of teambuilding firm PlayWorks Group, shares four creative ways companies can implement virtual teambuilding.
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