The largest Hispanic construction association in the United States has decided to move an event previously scheduled at a Trump hotel in Miami—losing a large deposit in the process—to protest Donald Trump's comments made as a presidential candidate.
While ride-sharing platforms such as Uber and Lyft get much of the attention these days, tech-friendly car-sharing options are helping rental cars remain the vehicle of choice for many business travelers. A reason for this, the Global Business Travel Association notes, is that corporate travel policies haven't caught up with the times.
Your conventions and events may not have the big budgets or superstar athletes of the professional sports world, but it doesn’t mean you can’t learn a thing or two from them.
The National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees’ 2015 Annual Convention began in Chicago this week.
September 10 is as good a day as any to encourage your association to swap ideas. Plus: a new batch of must-follow accounts for #Eventprofs.
A new study finds that tastes are changing, which means event planners need to catch up with the latest culinary trends.
You may be exhausted after getting back from a conference, but you can’t lose momentum. Now’s the time to review your notes, follow-up with new contacts, share what you learned, and decide how your attendance may benefit your association.
The American Sociological Association’s 110th Annual Meeting heads to Chicago this weekend.
While Hurricane Katrina knocked the wind out of New Orleans—displacing hundreds of thousands of people and devastating the region's economy—the city hasn't let this massive blow hold them back. In the decade since the deadly storm made landfall, the city's tourism and event industries have bounced back—and then some.
In its second major move on the issue, the FCC announced Tuesday that it was fining Smart City—a major networking provider for dozens of U.S. convention centers—over its use of technology that blocked individuals from using wireless hotspots.