This National Boss' Day, thank your bosses for all they do with these six ways to show appreciation.
Your attendees have the technology in their hand… and they already know how to use it!
The Catholic Volunteer Network’s National Conference on Faith-Based Service gathers individuals dedicated to changing the world for the better.
What you don’t know about human trafficking can hurt you.
In the heart of South Carolina, tradition and tomorrow pair perfectly in Columbia.
Heather Vreeland aims to inspire others after faith helped reprioritize her values so she could thrive at home and work.
There's a wide variety of things to do in Sioux Falls including shopping, hiking, golfing and more.
Read on for a list of can’t-miss eats, places to explore, side trips, shopping and family-friendly experiences in the Inland Empire—Ontario, Calif.
Your favorite venues in the central U.S. represent some of the best facilities in the country. Congratulations to all involved for ensuring the events
Dr. Georgia Purdom devises the Answers for Women conference as a safe place to tackle controversial subjects.
When Ken and Mary Jean Knoll decided to retire, a path toward planning events emerged. The rest, as they say, is history.
Author, motivational speaker and productivity expert Andy Core shares how to manage stress and achieve more.
Toastmasters adapts its programs to better reach youth looking to improve their public speaking.
This program explores the role of meeting/event planners and venue operators in the risk management identification, response and recovery process.
Birmingham continues to shine as a thriving southern city full of variety.
John Trovato, managing director of Casa Marina and The Reach, Waldorf Astoria Resorts in Key West, vividly recalls how Hurricane Irma barreled toward Florida.
The Foursquare Church’s Steve Cauble has been the driving force for change at the conference he attended as a child.
Discover strategic body language so you can uncover secrets hidden in plain view and hear “yes!” more easily and more often during interviews, networking
The Transhumanist Conference in Nashville explores the intersection of faith, science and technology with an unusual keynote.
Christ in Youth positions its Believe conference to assure disconnected students that they are not alone.
“The Come Back Effect,” hospitality guru Jason Young’s new book on guest experience, became available on July 31.
No one would argue that the diversity of Christian films has come a long way since the original “Ben-Hur” and “The Ten Commandments.” Planners
The #MeToo movement has crossed over into all sectors of work and life. We look at its large effect on faith-based events.
In her first year as President and CEO of Bryan-College Station CVB, Kindra Fry is ready to roll out the maroon carpet to all visitors.
This webinar will show planners how to negotiate AV prices and prepare them with the best tips for successful and cost-effective events.
Las Vegas’ tragedy reminds us that planning ahead for security can reduce event risks and raise safety awareness for everyone.
Deion Sanders, the NFL Network analyst who will keynote Connect Faith this year, credits faith for saving his life.
Bright colors and shiny objects will be trendy this fall, experts say. How will you look sharp during conferences later this year?
Each year, Connect Faith honors professionals who are true memory makers in the events industry. Nominations for this year's class are due Aug. 3.
Paul Arrigo, President & CEO of Visit Baton Rouge, discusses how Baton Rouge's recovery from successive tragedies is a lesson all destinations can
This webinar makes the business case for developing your learning function for a competitive advantage and shows you how.
Veteran photographer Chris Savas, a towering figure at events, discusses common mistakes event planners make with photographer and the latest photo trends.
ATL Airport District President Cookie Smoak discusses how four cities near Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport are reaping the benefits of joining
A jam-packed schedule may not only be counter-intuitive but also counter-productive. Make sure to include downtime for attendees.
If you have an event and consider customer service a priority, you are going to need a chatbot. The only question is: How are you going to build your bot?
The planners behind the Unitarian Universalist Association General Assembly were blown away by the amenities in Columbus, Ohio.