Discover New Experiences, Connections at Cvent’s Next Elite Meetings Alliance

Summer hasn’t even officially begun, but here at Cvent, we’re already looking ahead to fall.

You should be, too. Hotels will be knee-deep in 2019 budgets and calendars, and planners will be sourcing venues for next year’s conferences — which means it’s the perfect time for some networking.

The Cvent Elite Meetings Alliance is a three-day event that brings together qualified corporate and association event professionals with leaders in the luxury hotel and hospitality industry. The next EMA is set for Sept. 29 to Oct. 2 in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Register now to reap all the benefits, including:

Networking with industry peers

Hoteliers, destination representatives, and luxury planners get the chance to talk business during one-on-one appointments and socialize at a number of fun events.

Top-notch speakers

The lineup includes a keynote address by Bonnie St. John, a Paralympic medalist in skiing, Fortune 500 business consultant, Rhodes Scholar, former White House official and best-selling author. The co-author of Micro-Resilience: Minor Shifts for Major Boosts in Focus, Drive, & Energy is just the person to offer some inspiration as you head into the rest of budget season.

A fun, exciting venue

Harrah's Atlantic City ballroom

Harrah’s Atlantic City takes the title of the largest meeting facility of its kind from Baltimore to Boston, thanks to its $125.8 million Waterfront Conference Center. In addition to top-notch event spaces, the 2,590-room hotel offers plenty of world-class amenities, including breathtaking marina views, the Waterfront Shops, the award-winning Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa, and The Pool, a glass-domed oasis of palms, adults-only pools, and private cabanas. Attendees also have access to top-name DJs and shows, as well as 11 bars, clubs, and restaurants that range from fine dining to grab-and-go fare to family-friendly buffets.


Written by Hannah Prince

Hannah joined Cvent as the Senior Editor for Hospitality Cloud content after more than a decade in the journalism world. As a passionate editor, she's always willing to discuss the merits of the Oxford comma, the use of who vs. whom, or the definition of a dangling modifier. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, taking her dog to happy hour, and buying even more shoes.