Julie Moline is freelance writer, editor and editorial consultant based in New York City. She is formerly editor in chief of Corporate Travel Magazine and The New York Hotel Magazine.
Meta Struggles to Gain Traction With Its Own Metaverse Meetings
Even Meta is finding it hard to encourage employees to use VR for internal meetings. Still, as the technology improves and users gain familiarity, it may become that standard way people to meet, train, and collaborate online.
Strong Demand Likely to Force Hotel Prices Higher Next Year
A newly released report suggests that 2023 room rates will rise, often in double digits, in 25 major cities worldwide. This is unwelcome news to business event budgets already ravaged by inflation.
Caveat Emptor: Is Event Planner Certification Worth the Investment?
There are more certificates for event planners than ever before. The question is, are they a real measure of competence? And is the more rigorous certification process worth the time, effort, and money?
How Events Can Make Non-Drinkers Feel Included
When bourbon maker Old Forester started offering alcohol-free mint juleps at the Kentucky Derby, it became clear that non-alcoholic beverages had become a thing. And to many event planners, the companies they work for, as well as attendees, that is a good thing. There are plenty of reasons to provide non-alcoholic (NA) alternatives at events. […]