These state-of-the-art facilities offer high-end audiovisual components and are inherently multifunctional. We break down two major esports arenas in Texas and Las Vegas as well as one opening soon in Philadelphia. Read more.
Being purpose-built facilities—and fundamentally for the primary purpose of learning—conference centers hold a winning hand for groups itching to meet face to face but still wary of large gatherings and travel difficulties. Read more.
Unity College’s newest acquisition, Sky Lodge, is a circa 1929 sporting lodge, and you can book it for your next corporate retreat. Adventurous attendees craving outdoor experiences will want to consider an executive retreat in Maine. Read more.
Virginia’s history, resorts and culture make it an attractive meetings destination in 2019. Read to discover the state’s best-in-class venues and other group offerings.
Ahead of IMEX America 2019, Meetings Today content developer Kate Cripe got a sneak peek of the $375 million Caesars Forum. During a hard hat tour, she got a first hand look at how the conference center project, which is expected to open in March 2020, is progressing.
When it comes to conference speaking, an innovative speaker stage setup can drive more and unexpected engagement. Meetings Today Chief Content Officer Christoph Trappe reports live from DES Madrid on how the "open air" concept works for attendees and presenters.
IACC, the association that represents the global conference center segment, is set to more than double its number of European facilities within the next four months if a deal to add the supplier members of two conference center groups comes to fruition, according to IACC CEO Mark Cooper.
Caesars Entertainment broke ground on its $375 million, Caesars Forum conference center on Monday, July 16, during a ceremony for trade press, industry executives and Caesars staff members. The ceremony was also livestreamed by Caesars so that people could tune in from all over the world.