July 2011 Features
This past April, 1,200 disabled military veterans and their families met for the 25th annual National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic, in Snowmass, Colorado, for six-days of outdoor sports and seminars.
by Kevin Woo
For more than a century, the people of Oaxaca, Mexico, have gathered every December to celebrate something that can spoil quickly: the radish.
by Andrea Grimes
How big should your meeting be? Regional and boutique events are getting more love, but only after passing the value proposition gauntlet.
by Robert Ogle
The Origins Game Fair in Columbus, Ohio, attracted hobbyists, role players, families and silent investors searching for the next new board game.
by Ilona Kauremszky
2011-2012 MPI Chairman Sébastien Tondeur wants to grow and elevate meeting industry education.
by Jessie States
Despite being host to well-known controversial elements, familiarization tours are here to stay—but they're getting smarter.
by Michael Pinchera
Attracting more visitors, securing new agreements and partnerships as well as breaking new markets were some the main goals of the 26th International Tourism Exhibition: PHILOXENIA in Thessaloniki, Greece.
by Artemis Skordili
Meridith Simes is a foodie with grace under pressure.
by Meridith Simes
A chronicle of MPI's recent corporate social responsibility activities.
by Roger Simons
Clean the World's Shawn Seipler turns used soap into life savers.
by David Basler
A husband-wife team organizes a conference designed to change the biological world.
by Jessie States
A look at several important books that are addressing changes in the business climate.
by Robert Steele