In 2012, business events in Canada generated $29.1 billion in direct spending, finds a new study by the Meeting Professionals International Foundation.
More than 80 percent of business travelers work from their hotel, according to a new survey of road warriors by Choice Hotels.
The InterContinental New Orleans has commenced a $26 million renovation that will be complete this fall.
American Airlines has announced several updates to its checked-bag policies, its mileage redemption structure and its inflight services.
Destination Marketing Association International has launched a new database of core performance metrics for destination marketing organizations.
The Hilton Mexico City Santa Fe has opened in Mexico City.
Neither winter nor the crisis in Crimea has hampered U.S. business travel growth, according to the Global Business Travel Association.
In 2013, Global Alliance convention centers recycled over 1,300 tons of waste created from events.
Major renovations, new apps, and more are taking place throughout the islands.
Travel industry employment reached an all-time high in March, according to the U.S. Travel Association.
In response to concerns from its members, Meeting Professionals International has modified its plans for an updated CMM program.
ASAE's blog on association management has a new home: AssociationsNow.com For more information, see "A new chapter for ASAE blogging," immediately below this post on the Acronym homepage. Acronym will remain online indefinitely, but commenting will be shut down circa...
We've finally gotten to the bottom of that bowl of alphabet soup. As I briefly mentioned yesterday, the times are a-changin' for ASAE's print and online publications, and we're about to launch a new website that will be the new...
Have you heard about the new AssociationsNow.com? Tomorrow I'll be sharing more details about the new site, but the short version is that AssociationsNow.com will be the new location for ASAE's blogging on association management, beginning Monday. So, that means...
In the last two months, two national associations have unveiled new membership models that rely on a range of options as a core selling point. On August 1, AIGA (once the American Institute of Graphic Arts) announced a new membership...