The Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix was the biggest event in the history of Las Vegas. What does this mean for groups?
In Search of Event Tech Innovation
Event Tech Live's 10th edition revealed a challenging landscape for innovation in the event technology sector. Major players are focused on offering all-in-one solutions and offering incremental improvements over groundbreaking changes. The calls for fresh, disruptive ideas are growing louder in a market hungry for true innovation.
Navigating the Legal Middle Ground
Since joining Maritz Global Events in 2017, Jill Blood has tackled everything from international privacy laws to the legality of renting blimps. Blood's artful navigation of the legal middle ground is as thrilling as it is crucial.
4 Ways to Incorporate Culture Into the Event Agenda
Bleisure travel is here to stay, so why not build meeting agendas with a balance of business and pleasure baked right in? We look to Budapest for four great ways to infuse an event schedule with cultural experiences of all kinds.
Event Legacies: Two Case Studies Reveal Path to Success
Sometimes, there’s no better way to get a firm grasp on industry best practices than to learn from case studies. Here are two Danish congresses that reveal the best ways to approach event legacies from beginning to end.
Banning the Boycott, or Not
This year, more anti-LGBTQ bills are brewing in the U.S. than ever before. While boycotting may seem morally logical, new LGBTQ+ meetings and hospitality association Global Diversity Alliance, encourages planners to seek other alternatives.
Leadership Shake-Up at U.S. Travel
U.S. Travel Association is restructuring and, in its wake, has created a new position to increase group travel to the United States. Ishma Haider, director of convention marketing at Visit Orlando, will assume this new role.