Smart Meetings made wellness—physical, mental, social and career health—a focus for the annual Northern California Experience last week at Hyatt Regency San Francisco.
Heat is one of the leading weather-related killers in the United States, resulting in hundreds of fatalities each year, according to the National Weather Service, so event planners should closely track heat warnings and advisories issued by local authorities and the NWS to anticipate what additional measures need to be taken to protect event attendees and staff.
There are many ways to live like a local in Puerto Rico. Panaderías, art-laden barrios and the new Distrito T-Mobile complex make for a planner's paradise. This is “living Boricua.”
The aviation sector as a whole is responsible for 2.5% of all CO2 emissions. That might not seem like a lot, but until new technologies mature, jet planes will be particularly difficult to decarbonize.
High elevation, deep hot springs, great weather and a thrilling beer culture are just a hint of what you'll find in Colorado. For meetings and events, Denver, Colorado Springs, Boulder and Aurora are perhaps the best destinations in the state.
"Daily life throughout the city’s diverse neighborhoods, punctuated by its quirky charms, continues much like it always has, but with reinvigorated purpose,” said James Jessie, chief sales officer with Travel Portland. New developments at Portland International Airport, a blooming hospitality sector, delectable eats and gorgeous new spaces are proof.