Business travelers staying in select Hilton hotels this fall can spend a couple of hours meeting fellow travelers and doing their part to stop world hunger. Stop Hunger Now's Karen Sanders Noe and Hilton Worldwide's Rob Scypinski (pictured) spread the word about their partnership at the 2015 GBTA Convention....More
Dreamy first-class seats, opening your Hilton hotel room with a wave of your smartphone (pictured), tracking travelers in hot spots, and more news from the expo floor at the 6,389-attendee 2015 Global Business Travel Association Convention.
But traditional chauffeured-car companies are also ready to compete in the mobile space. The National Limousine Association just launched a ride-hailing app that will be available to its member ground transportation companies....More
Results of an exclusive survey reveal what medical meeting planners value in sites, venues, and destinations, what their meeting and trade show budgets look like, the number and size of the meetings they plan, and more....More
“You learn from the things you do, not from the things you don’t.”
That was one piece of advice among hundreds flying off the stage from women (and a few men!) sharing their stories and experience during the day-long Women in Travel Summit....More
MeetingsNet asked Carina Bauer, CEO of IMEX Group, to identify five major global meeting trends and discuss how they played into the design of the education and activities at IMEX Frankfurt 2015, and how they will be integrated at IMEX America. Here are her thoughts....More
Lanyon, the technology solutions company that added three meeting planning platforms to its existing transient travel products within the past 18 months, is now committed to educating Corporate America on how to save time and money on their events while growing revenue....More