After two years, numerous lockdowns, and countless pandemic protocols, in-person meetings and events finally seem as though they’re back to business – albeit with a new set of realities.
After booking a meeting or event at any U.S. property, planners gain access to third-party providers with COVID-19 tests and health screening options.
Here are key insights on what sources meeting planners typically use for research, their communication preferences, their booking patterns, and what tips the scale when deciding between two different meeting spaces.
Pullman Luang Prabang hosted its inaugural MICE Meeting Showcase 2019, inviting industry professionals and members of the media to discover how it is successfully transforming the MICE experience for all types of group. The showcase was hosted at the Nam Khong Ballroom – the largest event space in Luang Prabang.
Teneo Hospitality Group launched the first of several planned 2017 networking and charity programs with an interactive event at Manhattan’s swanky Second Floor venue. The gathering, to benefit the New York Rescue Mission, was attended by 100 meeting planners from the Northeast and representatives of 58 hotels and destinations from across the US and internationally.
Generation Y is growing in influence and places great import on technology capabilities, while Gen X puts food and beverage offerings at the top of the list.