HGTV's "Fixer Upper" and Oxygen's "Rich in Faith" are creating trends and events that are catching the attention of mainstream culture, giving faith-based
In this webinar, Tracy Stuckrath reveals her tricks of the trade for creative F&B on a limited budget.
In this webinar, Dean Savoca shares eight essential attributes planners need to be an effective leader.
Send attendees home with a sweet message in the form of a customized fortune cookie.
On Wednesday, Jan. 27, Shawna Suckow, CMP, will lead a webinar discussing audience engagement techniques that actually work.
Rejuvenate produces this annual list of industry leaders, which you can use to get to know destination and organization influencers on a different level.
More than 10,000 church leaders and others gathered in Atlanta Oct. 7-9 for the 16th annual Catalyst Conference.
These 40 wunderkinds have jobs in faith-based meetings, yes, but their passions lie in changing peoples’ lives through events. Read more about these
If you’re hosting a meeting in one of these cities, these salty pretzel delights are a must-try.
Lexington, Kentucky, plays host to the Aldersgate Renewal Ministries National Conference on Spirit Filled Living in 2015.
Food and beverage expert Tess Vismale, CMP, DES, shares tips for foolproofing your meeting’s menu.
ICJW spokesperson David Fitzgerald explains the mind-boggling moves it took to pull off a conference with more than 24,000 people in Oahu, Hawaii.
How one person’s standard of excellence can affect an entire staff, which in turn, can make or break any event.
This new property blends in with the charming Old Spanish-style architecture of the city of St. Augustine, Florida.
The Hyatt brand has returned to Anaheim after a 20-year absence.
This Orlando venue opened in November 2014 with five multiuse spaces available for meetings and events.
A short drive from Louisville is this hidden oasis for retreats and conferences.
Here are the findings from author Dan Schawbel’s recent white paper on Millennials who attend meetings and events.
VIDEO - Okereke, who plans events for the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, talks about her biggest planning challenge, which is finding an affordable
The museum opened in June 2014 and focuses on the American Civil Rights Movement during the 1950s and ’60s.
VIDEO - Washington talks about the challenges of planning quadrennial meetings and shares advice for new planners.
VIDEO - Blue talks about the challenge of planning events for attendees who pay their own way, especially as the cost of travel and event attendance keeps
Five planners share the differences they see between planning for youth and planning for adults.
5 planners shared the event they wanted to attend more than any other as a child.
Ronald Reagan Library in Southern California hosts events with a retired Air Force One plane.
Hyatt Regency Dallas renovated one of its ballrooms in early 2014.
Located just outside of Washington, D.C., College Park Marriott finished a renovation in January, which added a 6,700-sq.-ft. ballroom.
VIDEO - Katherine Manfredi, a green meetings and sustainability consultant, talks about social responsibility and partnering with destinations during our
VIDEO - Joy Baldride, who presents sessions on how to be more effective and stress-free leaders, explains some of her adaptability strategies and exercises
VIDEO - Bestard talks about his biggest planning challenge to date: generational differences among attendees.
Find out more about five tech tools that recently hit the market.
More companies are recognizing the importance of social responsibility and extending those philanthropic efforts into their meetings and events.
Jamie Wagner, Ken Wytsma, Delaney Melaven, Zach Norman and Eric Wood talk about the youth events that set them on new paths.
Basket tosses and Bible study brings thousands of participants and spectators together at the annual FCC event. Planner Cary Coleman gives a behind-the-scenes
Industry insiders tell us what they can't stand when they're on the job.
Meeting planners tell us their favorite spots across the country.
Cybersecurity experts Michael Owen and MaryAnne Bobrow share how to keep your information safe in the world of the Internet of Things.
Visit Indy's senior vice president of sales Daren Kingi weighs in on why Indianapolis is a favorite among faith-based groups.
Pavegen flooring systems capture data from footsteps, providing event directors with real-time data and attendees with an unexpected experiential element.
Send Conference, the North American Mission Board's historically annual international gathering, met as three regional events this year.
Connect Faith is looking for culture shapers—event professionals leading a new direction of faith-based events. Nominations are due July 30.