Megan Rowe

Contributing Writer

mrowe@roadrunner.com

Megan Rowe is a seasoned food and travel writer and a regular contributor to MeetingsNet and other Penton Media magazines. Her company, MJR Communications, is based in Cleveland. 

Articles by Megan Rowe
Incentive Toronto
Vibrant and cosmopolitan Toronto has plenty to keep incentive groups happy: a lively arts scene, cutting-edge dining, world-class shopping, sports, lively
Lovely Charlevoix
ABOUT 90 MINUTES upriver from Qubec City, Qubec's Charlevoix region is known for its natural wonders and for the many artists, writers, and musicians
Northern Kentucky
SITTING IN THE SHADOW of Cincinnati, its more familiar neighbor across the Ohio River, Northern Kentucky offers its own compelling package of amenities
Aruba
Everyone’s heard of Aruba, thanks to the Beach Boys’ catchy "Kokomo" tune, but corporate groups are still discovering this tropical incentive destination.
On Location: Northern Kentucky
Sitting in the shadow of Cincinnati, its more familiar neighbor across the Ohio River, Northern Kentucky offers its own compelling package of amenities
OFF TO A Strong START
ASPIRING MEETING PLANNERS will find plenty of financial help out there: scholarships to cover tuition and conference attendance, opportunities for networking,
Lending a Helping Hand
Aspiring meeting planners will find a growing list of industry scholarships and internships. Here's one example: the University of Nevada, Las Vegas'
Upgrade for a California Classic
THE MEDITERRANEAN-flavored La Costa Resort and Spa has completed the first phase of a $140 million makeover that makes the most of its sunny setting,
It's a Jungle Out There
A bit more than a year after being downsized at Charles Schwab, Laura Donahoe finally landed a position as a contract employee for PeopleSoft. For most
Visa Hassles Hurt Meetings Business
International attendance was up at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, but the organizers hesitate to read the figures as a sign of recovery.
Where to Go for Help
Although the International Association for Exhibition Management does not track lost business, a number of its members have blamed visa hassles for attendance
Visa Hassles Hurt Meetings Business
International attendance was up at the most recent Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, but the organizers hesitate to read the figures as a sign of
On Location: The Claremont Resort & Spa and La Costa
Groups like California destinations for the sunshine, the cultural offerings, the food and the outdoors. While world-class spas have always factored into
Know and Tell Before You Go
Communicate, communicate, and communicate again. That's the message, loud and clear, from international meeting experts. We have a moral obligation to
Planner View: Argentina from an Insider
Argentina native Haydee Pampel likes taking groups to her homeland, especially Buenos Aires. She has planned a number of medical meetings and pharmaceutical

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