Pavegen flooring systems capture data from footsteps, providing event directors with real-time data and attendees with an unexpected experiential element.
Faith-based organizations are booking space at hostels, a budget-friendly alternative to hotels, through Hostelling International USA.
Elizabeth Roy, modest fashion blogger for Downtown Demure, discusses how she stays true to her faith without sacrificing style.
Plan your time in Old City Jerusalem wisely with this religious breakdown of the top spots to hit in each quarter.
As one of the oldest cities in the world, modern Jerusalem is rebranding itself as a high-tech destination and an attractive convention city.
Take a moment to reminisce on yesterday’s events at Connect Faith and learn what’s in store for today.
Look back to yesterday’s happenings at Connect Faith before brushing up on what to expect today.
Brandon Hatmaker gives the inside perspective on his new book, “A Mile Wide: Trading a Shallow Religion for a Deeper Faith,” released earlier this
Snapchat or Instagram Stories—is one really better than the other? We make a case for both, then let you decide.
Take creative experiences to the next level with these three colorful, hands-on ideas from National Art Education Association’s 2016 National Convention.
Hyatt Regency New Orleans and sister property Hyatt House are two viable options for large faith-based groups to meet in the Big Easy.
At last year’s Connect Corporate Marketplace, Anderson Cooper shared what not to do on planes.
Pope Francis took a moment on Holy Thursday to wash the feet of 12 Muslim, Christian and Hindu immigrants. Here’s how this gesture ties into meetings.
Here’s the 411 on what planners are actually looking for during site visits.
Good weather, lodging options and airlift keep the National Christian College Athletic Association coming back to Kissimmee, Florida.
Courtyard Muncie in Indiana provides a setting where people with disabilities can work and develop hospitality industry skills.
Here are three faith-focused subscription boxes you can personally subscribe to or order in bulk for your attendees.
The lack of vehicles to accommodate riders with disabilities in companies like Uber and Lyft has resulted in lawsuits in Arizona, California and Texas.
In honor of Global Hand-Washing Day, here are three ways planners can encourage hygiene and prevent illness at meetings.
Helix, a wearable cuff bracelet with embedded Bluetooth headphones, makes listening on the go a little bit easier.
How exactly do speakers pique audience interest? A study by research firm Science of People says it's all about body language.
Our monthly insider's list of new properties, renovations and news planners can use.
Paris-based fashion designer Tanya Heath released an interchangeable heel that may bring life back to sore, conference-fatigued feet.
Grand Rapids is filled with venues that meld history with current events and culture.
Planners can throw life preservers to drowning church leaders as suicides mount among pastors.
“Faith & Fitness Magazine” founder and publisher Brad Bloom is on a mission to change the fitness industry through his Redefined conferences.
Event professionals can’t do everything themselves. These apps streamline the planning process to help events run smoother.