Our editorial advisory board sounds off about what’s happening in their sectors of the meetings and events world.
Deanna Curtis, The Broadmoor’s first female falconer, shares how she landed in a unique career.
These experienced meeting makers are impacting the industry as individuals and business owners, and just happen to be married!
This Kate Spade-inspired vignette makes a colorful splash at ILEA and NACE Designer Showcase.
Take a cue from online dating and line up your next meeting destination via the perfect proxy.
Four distinct seasons impress guests, accommodate budgets and tap into a laid-back lifestyle.
Meeting and incentive trip planners: Get ready to be surprised at the diverse range of lodging options available in Colorado from glamping tents, yurts and teepees to overnight accommodations in a jail, train station, castle and replica fort.
The 200-acre, family-owned Arapaho Valley Ranch has cabins, lodge rooms, glamping tents outfitted with southwestern flair, and 20-foot teepees equipped with queensized beds.
When planning a gathering, make sure to check a destination’s calendar of events for festivals, concerts and noteworthy exhibitions. Leslie Heins and Lisa Cook, owners and event architects of Denver-based Affair with Flair, demonstrated how this can be done with a social occasion, which easily could have been a corporate event in conjunction with the Denver Art Museum’s recent blockbuster “Dior: From Paris to the World” that wrapped up in March 2019.
The commoditization of the live events industry causes concern and prompts discussion.
Located in one of Colorado’s neighboring states, these mountain meeting destinations are rich in options and appeal.