It’s time to reimagine your event design, exceed expectations, and take your event to the next level.
With 316 new rooms, 6,000-square-feet of meeting space, and 44 distinct works of art, the new Hyatt Place and Hyatt House is an incredible asset for meeting planners.
Experiential catering is on the rise, food walls are the most Instagram-worthy posts these days, and fine casual dining is a favorite among meeting attendees.
Millennials might be most susceptible to the mixing of business and pleasure travel. Here’s what to tout to extend their stay and enjoy bleisure time.
As budgets become constrained, creative solutions emerge to allow planners to maximize their meeting budgets.
You have probably done away with plastic water bottles and reduced paper handouts at your meetings. But there’s so much more you can do to create a sustainable meeting.
As meeting organizers embrace diversity and inclusion, their event playbook evolves.
In 2017 alone, nearly 30 restaurants opened in downtown Indy — and there’s been a lot more since — which has meant enhanced experiences for large groups who meet there.
Providing exercise, meditation, and healthful food options at your meetings is a great recipe for satisfied and focused attendees.
Using local food and drink to elevate the meeting experience.
When it comes to happiness, memorable experiences trump things. This isn’t just anecdotal; psychological research proves it.
After a long day at a conference or meeting, most attendees look forward to relaxing and cutting loose. But that doesn’t mean their productivity has to come to a screeching halt.
Walking is great for brains. It improves creativity, which can be a boon for meetings.