When business resumes, The Edge and other new and classic outdoor, rooftop and high-altitude event venues will have both destinations in take-off position for sky-high celebrations. Here’s the venues planners should consider when looking ahead to future New York City and Long Island meetings.
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.
From live entertainment and the performing arts to championship sports and themed festivals, the Metroplex produces true Texas events on a grand scale—and groups are always invited to the show. Read more.
One of the most exciting entrants to the downtown Nashville market is the Fifth + Broadway development—a mixed-use office, residential and retailer space—that’s set to transform the already buzzing corner of Broadway.
When it comes to meetings and conventions, Las Vegas is in a class by itself. Here are 10 reasons why Las Vegas has your meeting or convention top of mind.
San Antonio pairs big city amenities with small town charm, making it an increasingly attractive choice for meetings and events in Texas. Read more about how meeting planners can take advantage of it.
If you’re meeting in Lincoln, Nebraska, the Haymarket neighborhood should be your home base. Its modern amenities mixed with historic charm delivers everything your attendees are looking for.
Planning a meeting in Omaha, Nebraska? Everything you need—from the historic offsite venues and meetings-friendly hotels to the group dining spots—is in the Old Market district. Read more about why it’s the perfect epicenter for your events.
Columbus, Ohio’s meetings scene is exploding due to the state capital’s thriving entrepreneurial draw and the decision of ASAE to hold its 2019 Annual Meeting & Exposition in the city. Here are the food and beverage and entertainment offerings in some of its top neighborhoods, as well as exciting offsite venue options.
Columbus is on the move, with young entrepreneurs opening up artisanal businesses and restaurants in its Short North convention district. A formerly forgotten flood plain is also set to explode as a haven for makers and a forward-thinking convention center that recently emerged from a $140 million renovation and expansion rounds out the offerings.