Yancy Richmond discusses her music’s popularity in churches everywhere.
Brent Henderson, champion of Men’s Ministry Network, shares his inspirational story over wild game meals.
LaDonna Boyd continues her family’s legacy at R.H. Boyd Publishing Corporation.
Author and public speaker Katherine Wolf discusses her inspirational recovery from a massive stroke.
The 2019 Early Risers are going to be leaders for years to come.
Johnny Hunt has a claim to fame that’s rare in the faith-based events industry. He has been facilitating the same event for nearly 30 years.
Meet Kate Power, the powerhouse (pun intended) behind some of Twitter’s most elaborate events.
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Colette Taylor picked up the planning bug from her mother. Now she’s passing it on to her children.
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Frisco, Texas, uses its sports offerings to entice group businesses of all kinds.
Pastor Bradley Hill helps others recover from the same addictions he has battled.
The Harris County – Houston Sports Authority owns sports stadiums and manages over a billion dollars in bond debt service.
Whether a client needs to plan an entire conference or a single booth, using VR during the design process will help them visualize the venue.
These restaurants, hotels, conference centers, outdoor spaces and more in New York are suited for meetings and events this winter.
Connect is pleased to announce Madison Fante has been named Connect Sports manager.
Dr. Eric Frazer shares his top tips for hiring and keeping the best talent.
As we look ahead to sports trends in 2020, one can’t help but reflect that we are entering a new decade.
Gianna Gaudini, a former executive producer of events and experiences at Google, discusses her new book.
2020 is off to a great start for “The Big Easy.” The city welcomes new hotels and an airport terminal and unique venues to host lavish events.
J.D. Wood is starting 2020 fresh as the director of business development and events at the Dallas Sports Commission.
Scoreboards have lit up across Minneapolis over the past two years as the city played host to major sporting events during all seasons.
The Lone Star State has some of the most diverse areas, but nothing is more “Texas” than Fort Worth.
Hollywood's notable hotels and venues double as event space, but some have an interesting history. Here are five landmarks with a colorful past.