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Category Archive: Small Meeting Destination

  1. 7 Tips to Keep Meetings Exciting

    Published on by Melody Burnett

    Many companies and organizations are currently planning for next year’s annual meeting. Keeping recurring events like the annual meeting fresh and new is no easy accomplishment in today’s dynamic business climate where out with the old and in with the new is the expectation for nearly every occasion. Events must evolve with the times to Read More

  2. Small Meeting Destination – Creative Team Building Ideas

    Published on by Melody Burnett

    When it comes to team building, the now-cliché “trust fall” from many years ago is long gone. These days, team building can take many forms: competitive cooking challenges, spirited bowling matches, golf outings and arcade games. A 2014 survey of meeting trends shows that team building continues to be a strong trend. Destination Hotels and Read More

  3. Meeting Trends for 2014: More Technology, Creativity and Engagement

    Published on by Nancy Bowman

    Carlson Wagonlit Travel’s 2014 Meeting & Events Trends report predicts a modest rise in business-related meetings and events this year, continuing a recent pattern of steady 1 to 2 percent annual growth. In its new report the global travel agency also discusses key trends that are shaping the events and meetings management industry. http://www.carlsonwagonlit.com/en/global/news_and_media/news_releases/2013/20131119-cwt-meetings-events-advises-2014-trends.html Highlights Read More

  4. High Point and Small Market Meetings

    Published on by Nancy Bowman

    I was reading an article in Smart Meetings Magazine that small events are growing. Apparently, companies are no longer sending as many employees to out-of-town meetings to save on travel costs, therefore opening the doors for smaller destinations to host meetings that previously may not have fit the needs. This is great news for High Read More