From table settings to signage and cocktail drinks, here's how Pantone's vivacious 2019 Color of the Year, Living Coral, can be incorporated into the details
James Jessie, senior vice President of convention sales at Travel Portland, discusses the evolution of the Northwest destination.
Learn approaches and technologies that can be deployed to help meet business, brand, sales and marketing objectives for your events.
The inaugural First Impressions Conference teaches church staff to increase retention by paying attention to the details.
Experts agree events will grow in 2019, but what does that mean for trends throughout the industry?
Planners and nonprofits share how to plan service-learning events that align with the community's needs.
Buoyed by new additions, Houston continues to break records.
Endless Events Founder Will Curran says knowledge is power when accounting for audiovisual costs in your event’s budget.
From learning a new language to getting compensation for lost luggage, here are six free apps you didn’t know you needed.
Artificial intelligence is the future, but it's not as distant as you may think. Follow this guide to learn five ways AI is changing the way we live and
Presenting our 2018 holiday gift guide for the on-the-go professionals.
Learn some of the most common contract mistakes from attorney Lisa Sommer Devlin and get tips on how to avoid legal disputes during our next webinar.
Many traditions born from startup culture go far beyond mere incentives in order to honor each individual employee’s contribution and dedication to the
When seeking inspiration, we typically turn to a higher power. That holds true for these select individuals who proactively make a difference in the faith-based
Connect Faith 2018 in Ontario, California, did not disappoint. Here we let you in on five takeaways from the event...
By understanding the 10 key steps, you can set a good foundation for a successful hybrid event that extends your event’s audience reach.
These six venues pay tribute to service members in the country’s military and law enforcement.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the people in California battling fires. At this time, there is no threat in Ontario, home of Connect Faith.
You know and love Atlanta’s downtown. Now, it’s time to try something a little different.
There are no universal rules for rewarding your vendors. Here are some tipping basics for doing it right.
NFL legend Deion Sanders found faith after he nearly lost his life. Now he spreads the word as a motivational speaker.
Come explore Fayetteville, N.C., and any of the other nine communities that comprise America’s Hometown. The Fayetteville Area Convention and Visitors
Learn how to keep your Wi-Fi network and electronic devices safe from cyber risks.
Robyn Benincasa went from champion adventure racer to record-breaking paddleboat competitor. Now, she inspires others to reach their potential.
New Southern Baptist Convention President J.D. Greear says his youth will serve him—and the organization—well.
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.