The Association Meeting Buyers Collective will take the hassle out of meeting planning by increasing association buying power and lowering costs for hotels.
The Association of Science-Technology Centers’ Annual Conference starts this weekend in Tampa, Florida.
NBC News tries something truly experimental with its election-season coverage. Also: Think differently about perfection.
While the popular home-sharing firm has been a hit with leisure travelers, some businesses aren't as keen on using Airbnb as they are Uber and Lyft. Part of the issue could be differences in liability.
What the recently wrapped New York Fashion Week can teach meeting planners about creating experiences, experimenting, and getting the next generation involved.
The National Association for College Admission Counseling’s 72nd National Conference starts next week in Columbus, Ohio.
New research from the Global Business Travel Association Foundation also found that app uptake is solid among business travelers, but there is plenty of room for growth. For business travelers, amenities are nice. But when it comes down to it, they want to get online and charge their devices. That’s a finding in the latest […]
The latest edition of the Center for Exhibition Industry Research's quarterly index reported the 24th straight quarter of growth, but at the slowest rate in two years. The report suggests that the oil industry's troubles affected event attendance and brought down the overall numbers.
After Congress failed to fund Zika-related prevention measures this week, major players in the travel industry got together to ask for quick action. But even with a lack of federal funds and new cases of the virus, meetings continue to go on as planned in Miami.
The American Association for State and Local History’s 2016 joint annual meeting with the Michigan Museums Association begins next week in Detroit.