Meeting professional Eli Gorin, of gMeetings and Train 2 Meet, spearheaded our educational session at our “choose your own adventure”-style PYM LIVE Miami on April 29 at The National Hotel South Beach. Based on the 2010 PYM Big Book of Answers, he moderated a discussion, addressing pressing industry concerns and proposing creative solutions. Here’s a […]
Why hire a tour guide when you can rent a GPS-guided, talking tour car? The world’s first storytelling car, Go Car, narrates the ride as you cruise down city streets. Don’t worry about missing a turn, not only does the car point out landmarks and attractions of interest, such as famous movie sets and historic […]
If you have to make a big impression or arrange a very special small meeting for your top CEO, here’s a coast-to-coast list of 10 of the best new restaurants from one of the country’s top food critics, Frank Bruni of The New York Times. Featured restaurants include O Ya in Boston, Ubuntu in Napa […]
Miami City Commissioner Michelle Spence-Jones couldn’t believe local hotels were going outside of the city to hire thousands of workers when people in Miami needed work, so she decided to do something about it. Spence-Jones approached hotel executive Julie Grimes, and together they started the Hospitality Institute, which provides career training, coaching and job fairs for the homeless, unemployed and otherwise disenfranchised
If you’re in the Miami area through Sept. 30 and want to check out what the city’s restaurants have to offer, Miami Spice 2007 has special promotions at more than 85 restaurants. Three-course lunches are $22 and three-course dinners are $35.
Miami hotels are known for having luxurious price tags. But the service that goes with them often has been lacking.