After years of Zoom meetings, this year's travel is Go Big. This trends is also spilling into the meetings world. New England hospitality professionals are seeing dramatic upticks in leads. Incentive professionals are addressing this welcome trend by going one more step.
Travel is coming back, but on a rocky road; a self-described flight attendant goes viral for her flights tips; United and American Airlines announce cuts; and more.
National Civil Rights Museum's new C-Suite Initiative walks leaders through a DEI curriculum designed to heighten awareness of racial inequities with the goal of increasing representation of Black executives.
For the paleontology-enthused planner, after watching the new Jurassic film, consider hosting a gathering at one of these dino-centric venues.
From hosting first-responders on a complimentary basis to being among the first public properties to create and implement Covid-19 cleaning and safety protocols, hotels learned early how to pivot, and these lessons were never easy or cheap.
Thousands of cancellations and delays are affecting U.S. travelers and more on the development of monkeypox.
When it comes to traveling to the Caribbean from the U.S. mainland, the off-season has traditionally been perceived as July through November. But as more travelers are willing to experience the Caribbean in the summer due to pent-up demand and lowering of Covid restrictions, that's changing.