Do you know what a CVB is? Hint: It stands for “convention and visitors bureau.” Take this quick poll and see how savvy you are. The answers might surprise you.
The core message that’s been lost on some meeting planners is that adult learners have short attention spans when they are in a passive mode of learning. So don’t be passive.
I’ve never been so proud of the skills that make me a planner and the people who make it all happen.
No matter where you are in your career climb, you’ll likely decide at some point to add volunteer work to your resume. What can you expect? We have a few thoughts to share with first-time members.
Lacking a balance between responsibility and respite, “getting things done” can become an end-all. We begin to draw a link between executing the items on our “to do” lists and our feelings of self-worth.
The best step toward better RFPs is having experienced people on the both the sourcing and supply side proactively educate the next generation.
Wasn’t it just six months ago that we all had lofty goals about where we were headed? Perhaps June should be designated as the time to get real about what we’ve accomplished and what we have not since Jan. 1.
The Grand Hyatt San Francisco and the Westin St. Francis are partnering to attract medium-sized groups.
These websites enable you to access white noise at your convenience, while you work, relax or meditate.
The Shreveport-Bossier Convention and Tourist Bureau in Louisiana has a cash reward for your event — if you act before Dec. 31 and meet a few other requirements.
One of the bigger trends in meetings and events today is the growing popularity of third-tier destinations. That’s according to research from New York-based Skift, which tracks such things. Do you agree?