When traveling abroad, the language changes even when English is spoken, but the real humdinger is making metric conversions.
Next to construction, meetings create more waste than any other U.S. industry. Planners can drive change.
Using your downtime wisely will guarantee an easier path when things get hectic again.
Team-building activities are under more pressure than ever to justify their value and expense, but they can still be fun and games.
“Event coordinator” is one of the Top 10 most stressful jobs of 2014. Here’s how to fight back.
Achieving something in one small area helps give us more focus, energy and direction for what’s next.
What I’ve discovered in my years as a culinary consultant around the world is that the hospitality community in any given city can take on a particular nuance. Dallas is no exception.
Traveling for work can get lonely, right? A few new digital services can help hook you up with a colleague or cultural experience.
The 10-year-old Hotel Derek in Houston has received its first Four-Star rating from the Forbes Travel Guide.
We’re thrilled to be back in San Francisco for March 27′s PYM LIVE Event. Here’s how you can be a part of the show even if you’re not with us in person. #yaypym
There’s an app attack brewing in the meeting and events industry, but for now it’s just a tiny takeover, according to Lawrence Coburn, CEO of mobile event application provider DoubleDutch.