Research

Where Do Hotels Go Wrong?

by Loren G. Edelstein | May 01, 2015
Planners sound off about how satisfied they are with their host hotels.

Planners to Hoteliers: Here's What You Could Do Better

by Loren G. Edelstein | May 01, 2015
Verbatim comments from Meetings & Conventions' hotels survey.

Should Politics Matter?

by Loren G. Edelstein | April 01, 2015
Should politics matter in site selection? A controversial new law in Arkansas prompts M&C's latest planner poll.

Meeting in a Politically Charged Atmosphere

by Loren G. Edelstein | April 01, 2015
Readers share comments on destinations that pass laws that some citizens perceive as discriminatory.

Planners Hate Paying for Wi-Fi

by Loren G. Edelstein | March 01, 2015
We offer statistical proof that meeting planners hate paying for Wi-Fi in hotels.

Planners Sound Off on Hotel Wi-Fi

by Loren G. Edelstein | March 01, 2015
What's wrong with the current state (and cost) of connectivity?

How Helpful Are Online RFPs?

by Loren G. Edelstein | February 01, 2015
What do planners think about online requests for proposal? Our latest poll reveals all.

What You Hate About eRFPs

by Loren G. Edelstein | February 01, 2015
Planners sound off on how the process could be improved.

Why We Keep Our Crazy Jobs

by Loren G. Edelstein | January 01, 2015
Yes, planning meetings is a crazy profession -- and planers love it, per M&C's latest exclusive survey.

Planners Sound Off on Their Jobs

by Loren G. Edelstein | January 01, 2015
M&C asked some open-ended questions and got some interesting answers.

Finally, Optimism Reigns

by Loren G. Edelstein | December 01, 2014
M&C's latest exclusive survey finds that planners expect healthier budgets and more attendees next year.

Planners Tell Us About 2015

by Loren G. Edelstein | December 01, 2014
Verbatim comments from M&C's 2015 outlook survey.

People

Quick Chat With Christopher Vernicek

by Allen J. Sheinman | May 01, 2015
The director of events at the Grand Hyatt New York talks about working in an iconic Big Apple hotel.

Research

Where Do Hotels Go Wrong?

Planners sound off about how satisfied they are with their host hotels.

Planners to Hoteliers: Here's What You Could Do Better

Verbatim comments from Meetings & Conventions' hotels survey.

Should Politics Matter?

Should politics matter in site selection? A controversial new law in Arkansas prompts M&C's latest planner poll.

Meeting in a Politically Charged Atmosphere

Readers share comments on destinations that pass laws that some citizens perceive as discriminatory.

News Analysis

Cruise Ship Becomes Floating Room Block

With land-based hotel accommodations tight, the Dreamforce conference in San Francisco has pressed a Celebrity Cruise ship into service.

Exhibition Industry Keeps Growing

A new report from the Center for Exhibition Industry Research finds attendance at an all-time high, along with increases in other important industry metrics.

New Orleans CVB Chief Stands Against Religious-Freedom Bill

J. Stephen Perry says a proposed bill in the Louisiana State Legislature, similar to one that rocked Arkansas and Indiana, would cause economic hardship.

Charting On-Time Arrivals by Carrier

Here's how the major U.S. Airlines rank on the new Airline On-Time Performance Report.
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