Academic research published in the journal Nature compares in-person and remote idea generation, and finds that too much focus might not be a good thing.
We left out a key question on our recent planner-stress survey. You might want to answer it now.
May 3 marks the one-year countdown to a major change in what airport security will accept for identification.
An on-stage incident involving a presenter and attendee raises the question: Can organizers account for every possibility when creating an event’s risk-management plan?
A just-launched platform called Trace and two new services from American Express Meetings & Events tap into the growing impulse to control the environmental impact of meetings and events.
New research finds that event business picked up strongly starting in February. But several big cities are still way down on overall business travel. Is that an opportunity for meetings?
While many employees pay attention to it, the youngest employees are notably more aware of their companies’ successes—and failures—in implementing sustainable elements for meetings.
Two large medical shows are using the Pennsylvania Convention Center within the next month, but requiring proof of vaccination would relieve them of enforcing a renewed mask mandate within their own space.
The Rocky Mountain State wants to cut 10 percent from some of your meeting cost through mid-2024.
The latest MeetingsNet research finds that 42.3 percent of respondents have considered leaving the planning profession entirely since 2020.