From a vintage motorcycle museum to a 33-acre garden, Birmingham, Alabama, boasts a variety of interesting meeting and event venues—and it’s ready to be your next southern destination.
Meeting in Madison? These farm-to-table restaurants bring Midwestern wholesomeness and incredible dining. Learn more.
Railroad roots, the Cuban cigar business and rich museums and gardens give the Tampa Bay, St. Pete/Clearwater and Sarasota areas unexpected charm and culture. Read more.
Western Canada has many industry specialties and intellectual capital that it can offer specific groups for in-depth learning and connections. Read this guide to choose the best city for your group.
Danielle LeBreck and President & CEO of VISIT Milwaukee Peggy Williams-Smith talk about the event-packed year ahead for Milwaukee, new developments in the city, and all the best venues and offsites for meetings and events.
Chicago’s McCormick Place—the largest convention center in North America—now diverts almost 100% of its food waste. Read on to see how.
From vineyards to Mount Vernon, add to your meeting or event with these noteworthy group activities in Fairfax, Loudoun County, Alexandria and Richmond.
With $5 billion in developments across Milwaukee, the city’s neighborhoods are dramatically transforming. One neighborhood seeing a resurgence is Westown, which has become the entertainment, sports and convention hub or the city before, during and after events.
Secrets St. Martin Resort & Spa opens March 1, 2020 on Anse Marcel Bay, and is the first Secrets resort in the French Caribbean. Read more.
From fancy cocktails on tap to the constant want for localized, sustainable experiences, top chefs at hotel properties in Miami and Fort Lauderdale dish on the big culinary trends they anticipate in Florida in 2020.