Overtourism

Hotels Can Fight Overtourism by Reimagining Their Destination

The world’s top meeting destinations are popular among planners for a reason: They have the facilities, the attractions, and the infrastructure to support large-scale events. But attendees are increasingly looking for unique experiences, and they don’t necessarily want to visit the same city year after year. It’s the curse of overtourism. To combat the curse,


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4 Ways to Reach Millennial Planners

A lot has been studied and said about the millennial generation, but how can you use those insights to attract millennial planners to your hotel or venue?


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5 Strategies for Attracting International Planners

Hoteliers looking to increase their group business shouldn’t limit themselves to attracting events domestically. There are ample opportunities to reach out to international planners in ways that will resonate with them and build business from abroad. Here’s a look at five top ideas. 1. Market in Similar Destinations Outside Your Country Identify the international locations


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Best Practice Tips and Trends: Own Your Group Business

Hotels and venues looking to capitalize on the thriving group travel market should look for specific ways to spotlight the unique character of their property, the local area, and the overall event experience. To make that happen, be sure to tap into the wants and needs of planners and craft packages that work for their


Got a Cvent Story? We Want It…On Video

For 20 years, the hospitality business has gone through a transformation. The evolution of digital marketing, the adoption of technology-driven operations…the very nature of group business has changed. Just about the only thing that isn’t different is the mission at the core of it all: to help planners and corporate managers create amazing event experiences


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3 Ways to Stay Top of Mind With Planners After the Event

To earn future group business from past clients, it is of course essential that you provide the best service possible onsite. But it’s also important to continue to engage with them after the event and stay on their minds as they make future sourcing decisions. Why? Repeat customers boost the bottom line. It costs five


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How Hotels Can Use Technology to Reach Luxury Planners

With the luxury hotel market estimated to reach $115.8 billion by 2025*, it’s safe to assume that high-end meeting and event planners are driving at least some of that growth. Yet as the market gets increasingly sophisticated, reaching luxury planners requires an effective, targeted marketing campaign, smart relationship building, and advanced digital solutions. “Technology has advanced


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Using Digital Content to Sell Your Hotel’s Destination

When creating hotel content for digital channels, making the hotel look good isn’t the only thing that sales and marketing teams need to consider. Hoteliers are now selling their neighborhoods as an extension of their properties to better highlight the value proposition for offsite events, extended pre- and post-event bookings, and the general destination experience.