Anticipated Development Awaits in Allen, Texas

Just 30 minutes from downtown Dallas, Allen, Texas, boasts premier shopping, engaging entertainment, more than 250 delectable dining options, and top-notch meeting space — so it’s easy to see why is a preferred choice for meeting planners. Plus, the destination is becoming even more notable with a highly anticipated new development. Allen is welcoming the Delta Hotels

Surprise and Delight Meeting Attendees in Boise

Give attendees more than just a meeting experience in Boise, Idaho.  With a thriving cultural scene, convenient location close to great amenities, and many unique venues to choose from, Boise is sure to please. Ease of Access Boise’s proximity to outdoor adventure, meeting venues, and local restaurants is unparalleled. The downtown epicenter is a short

Detroit Hotel Guide

There’s too much going on in Detroit to make it a day trip. Whether you need to lay your head down after a night in the city or find a unique space for an upcoming event, our guide to Detroit hotels will help point you in the right direction. Boutique Downtown Hotels Detroit Foundation Hotel:

How the Right Conference Venue Can Make All The Difference

From keynote speakers to coffee breaks, meeting planners know that every detail matters when creating a corporate event. Aside from the program’s agenda, no detail may be as important than the venue you choose. Whether you are planning a retreat for board members or a week-long international conference, where you host your next meeting can

Get a Brooklyn Experience with Luxury Service at The William Vale

The William Vale is the newest independent boutique hotel in Brooklyn’s Williamsburg neighborhood. The hotel has 183 contemporary luxury guest rooms —including 25 beautiful suites — that offer spectacular views of Manhattan and the East River. Award-winning chef Andrew Carmellini and NoHo Hospitality Group curate the Southern Italian restaurant Leuca onsite, as well as rooftop

[NEW EBOOK] Event Management Technology for Dummies

Over the years, it’s become more and more apparent that the meeting and events industry is changing. Now, technology is everywhere. From mobile event apps to registration websites, venue sourcing sites to increased data and analytics, there’s no part of the event lifecycle that doesn’t use event management technology in some way. Technology is vital

Unexpected Culinary Offerings in Columbia, South Carolina

Columbia, South Carolina, has become an epicenter for chefs, artists, and craftspeople (not to mention craft brewers!) of all stripes, with a creative culture that’s palpable. When the meetings wrap, enjoy a night out in one of the downtown districts, each with its own personality and expert culinary offerings. Private Dining Many Columbia-area restaurants have

3 Ways to Give Attendees a Taste of Your Host City

Use pop-ups to show off your host city to your attendees. The idea of the pop-up is not new, but it allows consumers to get a taste of new products and experiences. You can use the pop-up idea for your next event. With attendees increased desire to get a taste of the city they are

Convene and Connect at Banff and Lake Louise

Banff and Lake Louise are the perfect destinations for groups — especially in spring and fall, the shoulder seasons when the weather is grand and the crowds are sparse. Getting to Banff is easy with a 1.5-hour trip by luxury coach or private transfer, and the views are impressive along the way. Banff and Lake Louise