The wide world of psychology opens its mind to all kinds of ideas during the American Psychological Association's convention. Plus: A perfect time to fill your plate with agricultural events.
The skinny on a just-passed $1 billion plan to revamp the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. Also: A Wall Street Journal reporter highlights just how many brand-focused hashtags are occupying user feeds.
The region, which does not have a direct rail link to its largest international airport, is one step closer to that goal thanks to the opening of the Silver Line. Trade groups say that once a connection is made, the benefits for the area's meetings industry could be significant.
A new nonprofit organization founded by six resort hotels aims to help travelers in their search for healthy destinations through a new certification process that will evaluate hotels’ wellness programs and services.
Keep the waste at your events to a minimum by taking simple, sustainable steps. Also: Don't waste your time—or that of vendors—by asking for proposals before you're ready.
Sure, your association’s meeting may bring a lot of money to the host city, but why not also give your attendees the opportunity to help out the local community? Service projects will help your attendees feel a closer connection to the city—and also to each other and your association.
Bolster your business traveling prowess with a quick business trip of your own. Plus: A meeting of the (artificial) minds.
Even though federal agencies are staying away, Las Vegas is holding its own as a meeting and convention destination. Still, Sin City thinks it can do better, and it’s using two new ad campaigns to bring in new meeting business.
Trade groups have had some tough words about a Transportation Security Administration fee hike implemented this week, saying the extra money travelers will pay isn't actually making them safer.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation recently hosted a learning program specifically aimed at exhibitors to help them get the most out of their tradeshow experience.