Jul 11, 2021
Now, you’ll be able to seamlessly connect your virtual and in-person audiences and deliver enterprise-grade, fully integrated hybrid events - without the need to manage multiple vendors. The return of face-to-face experiences will raise questions about how to create the best blended event that combines in-person and virtual elements. To help lead the future of business events, Intrado Digital Media just announced a strategic partnership with Encore, a leading global event production company. Through the partnership, Intrado Digital Media and Encore will guide the events industry forward by… more
Jun 08, 2021
An open-air design featuring the largest digital experience in the U.S. convention and exhibitions industry welcomes attendees to the brand-new West Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC), just as the city roars back to full capacity and takes major events and trade shows to the next level with impressive, new venues. The $1 billion West Hall Expansion adds 1.4 million square feet to the LVCC, including 600,000 square feet of new, leasable exhibit space, which includes 328,000 square feet of the largest column-free space in North America, 150,000 square feet of meeting space; a 14,… more
May 12, 2021
In early April, select media got a first look inside Elon Musk’s $52.2 million underground transportation system 40 feet below the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC). Featuring a neon-clad ride in all-electric Tesla vehicles, it makes getting around the 200-acre campus, and potentially other Las Vegas venues in the future, faster and a lot more fun. “We are excited to have partnered with Elon’s company to bring this transportation ‘first’ to our valued convention customers,” said Steve Hill, LVCVA president and CEO. “The expanded Loop system, when developed, will be a game-changer and a new… more
Apr 16, 2021
Las Vegas is constantly evolving. From electric experiences and new resorts to the latest in culinary trends, Vegas is the place where everything is bolder and brighter. As gathering and capacity numbers are increasing, the destination continues to keep “Meet Smart, Vegas Smart” measures at the forefront, while the new, exciting experiences take center stage.   Resorts World Opening June 24 this year, Resorts World Las Vegas is a $4.3 billion luxury integrated resort, offering 3,500 luxury guestrooms and suites from three premium Hilton brands, including Hilton Hotels & Resorts,… more
Mar 14, 2021
A strong majority of business travelers (74%) are confident that Las Vegas will be prepared to safely host in-person conferences, conventions and trade shows, when considering the second half of 2021, according to a recent survey commissioned by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA). More than half (58%) of business travelers stated that they’re “burned out” on virtual meetings and events. Almost all (91%) indicate that they miss the face-to-face interaction of in-person business meetings and events. Further, only 43% have been satisfied with attending online events.… more
Oct 05, 2020
As event professionals and destinations adjust,  adapt and evolve in these uncharted waters,  it is imperative that substantial resources be put in place for all of the people responsible for planning and executing tradeshows and expositions.   At Mohegan Sun we have built an industry-leading COVID-19 Resource Center,  with a combination of pictures from recent successful events held since our reopening on June 1st, 2020 along with several easy to share,  downloadable documents such as our Operational Framework: Microsoft Word - Mohegan Sun’s COVID-19 Safety Framework for Meetings &… more
Jan 07, 2020
With more than 2,000 rooms being added to Dallas’ hotel inventory in the coming years, the city is experiencing the second-largest hotel boom in the nation. From top brands like Virgin Hotels to independent and interesting properties, like HALL Arts Hotel, Dallas boasts a hotel type and price point for every preference and budget. Recently opened in December, the HALL Arts Hotel is the essence of luxury and elevated style. Set in Dallas’ prominent Arts District, the boutique hotel features contemporary art throughout from local artists and beyond. Plus, with more than 6,000 square feet of… more
Jun 25, 2019
Personalization is one of those terms event organizers are hearing more often. It makes sense to personalize attendee experiences, for example. Exhibition and conference-goers want to be acknowledged and understood. However, there are other reasons to customize the way that customers consume an event. Event technology can make the job easier.   Delivering a Personal Experience Consumer brands, such as Amazon, Starbucks and Netflix, have changed consumer expectations, and event attendees are, at their core, consumers. Research from Deloitte describes those changes. “While different… more
May 12, 2019
Baltimore abounds with incredible assets at every turn. Some you may have heard about already, like the beautiful Inner Harbor and awe-inspiring National Aquarium, or picturesque Fell’s Point and the world-class medical community of Johns Hopkins. And while those are undoubtedly special, there’s still so much more to discover in Charm City. History buffs from all around the world flock to Baltimore to tour its robust cultural and historic sites, including the battleground that inspired the writing of “The Star-Spangled Banner” and a museum devoted to celebrating the life of Frederick… more
Feb 10, 2019
VisitDallas, the sales and marketing organization for the city of Dallas, is a pioneer in the destination marketing organization (DMO) space, leading the way in shaping the visitor experience for travelers of all kinds. The most progressive DMOs are developing new partnerships with local organizations to improve the destination experience. VisitDallas, for example, developed the Margarita Mile by creating a collection of top bars and restaurants that each celebrate the frosty cocktail in innovative ways. Through this initiative, VisitDallas staked a claim that Dallas is the “Official Home… more

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Now, you’ll be able to seamlessly connect your virtual and in-person audiences and deliver enterprise-grade, fully integrated hybrid events - without the need to manage multiple vendors. The return of face-to-face experiences will raise questions about how to create the best blended event that combines in-person and virtual elements.