Meetings professionals have a new set of resources, courtesy of the Convention Industry Council, to help stop attempts to divert meeting attendees away from recommended hotel room blocks. Such room “pirating” has become a significant business challenge in the meetings space.
The Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities' yearly meeting encourages members to embrace innovative problem-solving. Plus: A cattle industry convention that lives up to one of Texas' claims to fame.
Innovators across the association and nonprofit spectrum earn a night in their honor. Plus: The strategy of releasing Super Bowl ads early.
New research from the Global Business Travel Association finds that most European companies require some kind of sustainability clause in their travel contracts. The U.S. lags behind, but even here, the trend is growing.
In an enforcement advisory released Tuesday, the Federal Communications Commission emphasizes that the blocking of wireless signals at hotels—or anywhere else—is "prohibited." Meanwhile, an FCC Commissioner has recommended that the commission reject a petition asking for clarity on the issue.
The system, scheduled to launch in March, will provide meeting attendees with turn-by-turn navigation throughout the convention center, to meeting rooms and even specific booths in the exhibit hall.
Many association meetings wouldn't be successful without sponsors. A new study reveals what sponsors and organizers are looking for from these sponsorships.
A Boston accelerator brings community members together to discuss ways to improve and expand use of technology to improve education. Plus: A water conservation group chooses a venue that underscores its values.
The Euro's recent decline, coming at a time when the U.S. dollar is stronger than it's been in years, could make it cheap to fly internationally. But on the downside, it could discourage international travelers into the U.S., according to associations in the travel sector.
When planning an event, it's easy to get overwhelmed. These six reminders can help. Plus: how to save your emails from the junk-mail abyss.