Five tips on how to develop an awards program to motivate employees. By Leighanne Parent As event planners, we are in the enviable position to be witnesses to acts of appreciation on an ongoing basis. Clients come to us to…
By Mark Jeffries At the start of all of my keynotes—no matter the industry, audience or country—I always ask the same question. I ask the audience whether they see themselves as being, primarily, involved in “sales.” Unsurprisingly, very few hands…
Estiatorio Volos was one of my fave new restaurants that opened in Toronto last year. Don’t expect the traditional taverna style common to Toronto’s Danforth.
Sheraton is slated to open 12 new properties in China by year’s end, which would bring the brand’s total to nearly 80 properties in this market by 2015.
About an hour from Toronto and even closer to Niagara wine country and Niagara-on-the-Lake, Hamilton offers first-rate activities and amenities for groups.
Recently, my husband and I were in Playa del Carmen Mexico, at the Royal Playa del Carmen, where we encountered the best service I believe I’ve ever had, either on vacation or during the delivery of a conference or event.
With a new conference facility expected in 2013, P.E.I.’s coastal capital offers groups the perfect blend of culture, charm and hospitality, delivered with urban flair.
The heart of the U.S. movie and television industry, eternally sunny Tinseltown finds new and intriguing ways to entice groups, with elegant hotels, exciting restaurants and peerless entertainment options.
Gazing into the looking glass for a peek at the future of incentive travel, one key area stands out—to achieve successful programmes, keep your participant at the centre of your design strategy.
Cutting price should always be your last resort. Knowing when it’s absolutely necessary, and how to
do it so as not to erode profits, will save you in the long run.
The Las Vegas Convention Center has partnered with Smart City Networks to give customers free Wi-Fi in all public areas of the venue.
Reporting from the restaurant front lines of my fall trip to Las Vegas. Here are the highs and lows of a week (mostly) well spent.