Move over LEED certifications. Venues now covet GBAC Star accreditation to prove readiness for illness.
Insurance attorney Mikaela Whitman answers key questions event professionals face in the COVID-19 era.
Rachel Stephan builds snöball on the belief that every attendee is a true influencer.
They say video is king, especially for webinars, but powerful conversations reign supreme.
Luxury picnics, immunity-boosting elixirs and more await guests heading back to hotels.
The COVID-19 crisis has been a wake-up call for Courtney Stanley, who discovered her new self.
In a new era complete with virtual and hybrid events, planners will have new AV needs and budget requirements.
You can keep attendees safe while being stylish and offering sponsorship opportunities.
MGM and Caesars announce plans to reopen many of their properties on June 4.
NAIA aims to kick off its inaugural women's flag football season in spring 2021.
BCD Meetings and Events’ Christine Erickson looks for creative solutions to reward top earners who won’t be able to take an incentive trip.
Event professionals can share their talents beyond planning as part of this competition.
At 18 months old, Jessica Long lost her legs—a result of fibular hemimelia, a disease she was born with. Long, now 28, has not done much losing since.
These ongoing projects enhancing meeting venues will get planners geared up for the future.
Parents are gradually feeling more comfortable allowing their kids to participate in tournaments again, a new study from Huddle Up Group has found.
Bye bye buffets? Hello more elbow room and branded masks? Here’s how guests might be served at in-person events moving forward.
NAIA is seeking bids to host its 2023 Winter Celebration of Champions, including track and aquatics. RFPs are due by Sept. 1, 2020.
Jim Denison, co-founder and the CVO of Denison Forum, discusses the challenges ahead for faith-based planners during the COVID-19 crisis.
Rachel Jacobson discusses the future of the Drone Racing League and being a role model for women in sports.
The Connect Corporate 15 Over 50 has been shaping the events industry for years. Congratulations to them all.
National Conference Manager Adina Alpert discusses how Bend the Arc had a quick pivot to a virtual event and lessons all planners can learn from.
PNTA adapts its services, in conjunction with CANVAS Event Space, to provide an outlet for Seattle events companies to spread messaging.
ESPA members aim to keep the event industry moving during the crisis.