In This Issue

The February issue celebrates the generous spirit of the hospitality industry personified in people like Guy Fieri and Jose Andres as we lift each other up during challenging times. For those looking to elevate their career in the industry, a Hybrid Boot Camp outlines the skills required to build omnichannel meeting production muscles and our focus on wellness lessons from the pandemic will help everyone stay healthy when we are back on the road.


Well-being is Where It’s At

Meetings can be among the best ways to maximize well-being for hospitality professionals. Here are the top life lessons from the plague year.

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3 Non-Obvious Trends Every Meeting Professional Should Know in 2021

Rohit Bhargava, trend curator and founder of Non-Obvious Company, shares what 2021 trends to expect when meetings come back.

Hospitality Cares: Serving Front Line Workers

Until everyone is back at work, hospitality leaders in Las Vegas and beyond stepped up to help restaurant and hotel workers who worked tirelessly to comfort others.

In Every Issue


Virtual Responsibility: Avoid Zoom Bombing and More

Cybersecurity is all of our responsibilities. Using VPNs and password managers can go a long way toward protecting your data and attendees from Zoom bombing and more.


Why Haven’t You Caught a Cold or Flu Yet?

There may be a silver lining in Covid precautions. The masking, distancing and constant sanitizing have helped keep other viruses at bay.

Curing Covid Brain with Meditation

Feeling anxious? You’re not alone. Meditation can bring planners back to the now. Headspace’s former Chief Medical Officer Dr. David Cox shares his meditative hacks.

Q&A on Embracing Event Tech with Sandy Hammer

We asked Sandy Hammer, co-founder of Allseatedand exVo, about embracing event tech, from seat planning to robots to Fornite.

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Your February 2021 Smart Style

Hand-picked gifts for your attendees—and you. This month, we’re featuring Smart Style products that will help keep you safe, healthy and ready for the recovery.

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