If you were flying home from Las Vegas last week, there’s a good chance you were seated next to a fellow IMEX attendee. This year’s IMEX America, held at Sands Expo and Convention Center from Sept. 10-12, drew an estimated 14,000 attendees and generated an economic impact of more than $20 million, according to show officials.
The recently opened Earth Expo & Convention Center at Mohegan Sun is more convenient than you think, and the new Travel Time Matters feature on their website proves it. Use real-time technology to highlight the time it takes to get to Mohegan Sun from local award-winning airports, compared to other popular expo and convention destinations. Go to meetings.mohegansun.com to discover how easy it is to access Mohegan Sun by plane, train, road or even ferry.
Nineteenth-century U.S. merchant and marketing pioneer John Wanamaker observed: “Half the money I spend on advertising is wasted. The trouble is, I don’t know which half.”
Summer’s coming to a close, the kids are back in school, and companies in the meetings and hospitality space are ramping up hires for the last third of the year. Take a look:
As Hurricane Dorian moved over the cold waters of the Labrador Sea and became an extra-tropical storm on Sunday, many communities along the Atlantic are facing the devastation left in its wake. By far the greatest destruction was in the northern Bahamas, where Dorian planted
Should event planners consider AV as a primary planning item at the very outset of their next? We think they should.
As we wrote in Part One of this two-part series, AV planning can help nail down budgets and establish how the production will meet corporate objectives.
In line with the macroeconomy, exhibition industry growth continued during the second quarter of 2019 but at a slower pace, according to the Center for Exhibition Industry Research.
IACC and the Society for Hospitality and Foodservice Management have released a combined research project, “Trends in the Meeting Venue Industry,” which provides insights and predictions on the U.S. conference venues market from a venue perspective.
The report is available in two versions, one that focuses on residential conference venues (venues that offer guest rooms as well as meeting facilities) and the other on non-residential.