Citations with the tag: DESTINATION management companies

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  • Allied Rebrands as AlliedPRA.
    Hatch, Sue // Association Meetings Exclusive Insight; 10/17/2011, p3 

    The article announces that after four years under the Allied International banner, the destination management company was rebranded as AlliedPRA Destination Management, combining three of the company's destination management brands which include PRA Destination Management, Allied Europe and...

    Hatch, Sue // Las Vegas Business Press (10712186); 2009 Book of Lists, p12 

    A list of the top convention service contractors in Las Vegas, Nevada for 2009 ranked based on the total number of local employees is presented, including GES Exposition Services, Pro-Tect Security, and Freeman.

    Donaldson, Sonya A. // Black Enterprise; Jan2009, Vol. 39 Issue 6, p50 

    The article presents answers related to the use of blogging for an event planning business.

    Ashwell, Emily // Travel Weekly (UK); 2/26/2010, Vol. 5, p28 

    The article offers news briefs related to the travel industry including one on the job of Queen Bee, who had been made redundant last year and another on a discussion about how far the trade should support certain airlines when they, feel they don't get the support back.

  • Luxe gone wild.
    Ashwell, Emily // Australian Gourmet Traveller; Apr2009, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p77 

    A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of attending a business lunch with a big travel company.

  • Promoting co-op tourism.
    SETHI, VIVEK // Travel Talk-India; Jun2013, Vol. 25 Issue 12, p6 

    The article informs about the establishment of four co-operative Destination Management Organizations in different districts of Uttarakhand and West Bengal by Indian rural community network in remote parts of India.

  • Preparing for Mardi Gras.
    Rogers, Mark // Travel Agent; 11/11/96, Vol. 284 Issue 1, p131 

    Presents a list of Louisiana-based hotels that are participating in Destination Management's Mardi Gras travel package. Names of hotels; Facilities; Prices; Contact information.

  • Dragonfly buzzes into Sydney.
    Rogers, Mark // Travel Daily; 9/5/2012, p6 

    The article reports that South African destination management company Dragonfly will visit Sydney, New South Wales and Melbourne, Victoria as part of its annual sales mission in Australia.

  • Germany on show.
    Rogers, Mark // Travel Daily; 6/10/2014, p8 

    The article offers information on annual Destination Germany Roadshow to be held in several cities in Australia from June 16-19, 2014.

  • Dawn of a new age of optimism.
    Ibrahim, Magda // Conference & Incentive Travel; May2011, p27 

    An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various reports within a section of the journal on topics including the recovery of the conference and incentive travel industry in Great Britain from the global recession, the increase of events budgets of various corporate planners,...

  • Blog Your Industry.
    Ibrahim, Magda // Corporate Meetings & Incentives; Feb2006, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p32 

    The article focuses on bloggers in the meeting and events industry including Sabre Geek, Face2Face, Bloggs e-Learning Chronicle, Tradeshow Blues Blog, Grass Shack, Conferblog, Trade Show Marketing Report, Tradeshow startup and IAG Blog. The blogs are related to e-conferencing, airlines,...

  • SITES.
    Schmidt Jr., Ed // Corporate Meetings & Incentives; Dec2008, Vol. 27 Issue 12, p41 

    The article features several meeting-oriented destinations in St. Andrews, Scotland. The Castle Course, the seventh in the St. Andrews Links Trust portfolio, has wide sweeping fairways and dramatic views, making it both picturesque and challenging. The Kittocks, formerly Devlin Course, has an...

    Hopkins, Bill // Corporate Meetings & Incentives; Sep2011, Vol. 30 Issue 8, p39 

    The article advices to probe deeper with a destination management company, talk to everyone and become a scout when planning an event in another country since music and entertainment gives attendees a flavor of culture, history and people of the destination.

    Dapkus, Rimantas // Management Theory & Studies for Rural Business & Infrastructure ; 2008, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p29 

    Popularity of tourism industry in all over the World pressure compete different regions with each other in order to attract more tourists. Concerning this every region must choose tourism forms which can secure competitive advantages against other regions. In Lithuanian and different its regions...

  • Walking among the spirits of Portsmouth.
    Stone, Tracie // New Hampshire Business Review; 11/11/2005, Vol. 27 Issue 24, p59 

    Talks about the services offered by New England Curiosities Walking Tours founded by Roxie Zwicker in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Schedule of tours and different guided walks; Coverage of tours; Cost of most tours and guided walks. INSET: A walking history lesson.

    BOŠKOVIĆ, DESIMIR; SAFTIĆ, DARKO; TROŠT, KLARA // Tourism & Hospitality Management; May2010 Supplement, p794 

    Every tourist destination represents as an integral tourism product. Yet, at the same time, it is also a complex social system, sometimes called a destination system. Its complexity derives from the multitude of elements that participate to make it work. These elements can be grouped into three...

  • HRA creates DMC.
    BOŠKOVIĆ, DESIMIR; SAFTIĆ, DARKO; TROŠT, KLARA // Travel Daily; 12/11/2013, p5 

    The article reports that the Hotel Representation Australia (HRA) has selected Royal Arabian Tours as its new entity and thus has entered into the foray of the Destination Management Companies (DMC).

  • 10 of the best Hotels.
    BOŠKOVIĆ, DESIMIR; SAFTIĆ, DARKO; TROŠT, KLARA // Conference & Incentive Travel; Nov/Dec2008, p155 

    The article presents best hotels in Canada ideal for convention and incentive groups. The Gladstone in Toronto offers an ongoing experiment in urban design with stylish ballroom, brick interiors and design details including 1930s-themed bathrooms. Fairmont Queen Elizabeth in Montreal has 1,000...

  • reader's PAGE.
    Sethi, Deepa // MICE Talk; Nov2013, Vol. 4 Issue 11, p6 

    An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various reports within the issue on topics including the rise in figures of tourism in India, expectations of Indian destination management companies to clients and Yoga festival.

  • Affordable Portugal a big draw for MICE.
    Sethi, Deepa // Travel Talk-India; Apr2014, Vol. 36 Issue 7, p7 

    The article discusses the luxury destination management company (DMC), Mr. Travel Portugal which has formed a group of high-end suppliers, The Private Collection of Portugal for capturing the leisure and meetings, incentives, conferences, and exhibitions (MICE) segments of India.

  • THE CLIENT VERDICT Nikken Europe.
    Europe, Nikken // Conference & Incentive Travel; Sep2010, p26 

    The article evaluates the services of event planning agency Nikken Europe.

    Europe, Nikken // Metro (NZ); Dec2007, Issue 317, p24 

    The article reports on adventure tourism operators' campaign for several didymo-related activities in Murchison, New Zealand. It claims that the tourism campaigners are doing the activity under the slogan "Take Time in the Slime." Some of the companies involved in the initiative include Dive...

  • DMC Ovation in Australia.
    Europe, Nikken // Travel Daily; 10/14/2013, p1 

    The article reports that global event management company MCI Group has launched its Destination Management Company, Ovation, which will handle inbound incentive travel to Australia.

  • Ty Delavallade.
    Saunders, Deborah // African American Golfer's Digest; Winter/Spring2011, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p20 

    The article provides information on the luxury golf travel and event planning business My Golf Concierge based in Orlando, Florida which was founded by golfer Ty Delavallade with the parent company Golf Quests Inc. golf destination marketing specialist firm.

  • GEP Brings in Partners from Around the Globe.
    Hatch, Susan // Corporate Meetings & Incentives; Sep2005, Vol. 24 Issue 9, p16 

    Reports on Global Events Partners' annual Summit Meeting for destination management companies held in New Orleans, Louisiana. Guest speakers; Event highlights.

    Hatch, Susan // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland; 11/3/2006, Issue 2741, p28 

    The article reports on meeting and event planners' celebration of the £2.5 million face-lift of London venue, The Brewery, in England. Several meeting and event planners sampled fruit from a female food tray. The Brewery venue is promoting itself as a business conference venue. A picture of a...

  • Travel Budgets.
    Hatch, Susan // Business Travel World; Dec2005, p30 

    A table is presented that lists several travel management companies, including A&G UK Ltd., TQ3 Travel Solutions and Discovery Networks Europe.

  • Sun, sea, sand and surfing.
    Shaddick, Colin // Marketing Week; 1/11/2007, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p38 

    The article focuses on the importance of the Internet for travellers. The Internet serves as the tool in researching for best destinations and travel packages. It also offers wide selections for airline tickets and hotel bookings. It has also been suggested that tour operators and travel agents...

    McNeill, Linsey // Travel Weekly (UK); 7/4/2008, p40 

    The article offers tip and ideas on Turkey, one of this season's top sellers, for the benefit of those in the tourism industry. It advises them to find a beach alternative as Turkey is about more than its beaches. It will a good idea to encourage clients to experience Turkish culture by...

  • Showtime at AWC.
    McNeill, Linsey // Event; Apr2007 Supplement, p7 

    Information about the inaugural Association World Congress (AWC) held in Brussels, Belgium on February 5 and 6, 2007 is presented. The AWC first landed on Naseba Group's drawing board. The structure of the AWC borrowed from the structure of its well respected Meetings, Incentives, Conventions &...

  • Agents should encourage clients to holiday at home.
    McNeill, Linsey // Travel Weekly (UK); 1/30/2009, p12 

    The article reports on the need of the British government to ensure travel agents to sell Great Britain destinations. It mentions that the Conservative Members of Parliament (MP) for Bournemouth East claims that people will revise where they are going on holiday which shows an opportunity for...

    Meenan, Danielle; Kirby, Lynne; Bond, John; Cole, Jan // Travel Weekly (UK); 1/30/2009, p33 

    Several letters to the editor are presented in response to the article in previous issues including "Agents call on travel industry to help disabled holidaymakers" in the January 16, 2009 issue, an article on John Robert's Disability Travel Challenge, and on Ted Wake's comments regarding travel...

  • The Travel Society.
    Friendland, Lois // Travel Agent; 3/3/2008, Vol. 332 Issue 5, p70 

    The article provides information on The Travel Society, a host agency based in Denver, Colorado. The agency was established in 2005 and has more than 100 members across the U.S., Great Britain, and the Caribbean. Most of its members are affiliates who work from home, in an office building or at...

    Friendland, Lois // njbiz; 12/18/2006, Vol. 19 Issue 51, Special section p23 

    A list of event planners in New Jersey is presented, ranked by number of events that they have managed in New Jersey in 2005. Events Plus Entertainment has held 700 events during the said period. This is followed by Celebrations Event & Meeting Management, which hosted 300 events and UNiREC....

  • Productivity and Popularity Result in Successful Meetings.
    Lynch, Bill // Corporate Meetings & Incentives; Mar2005 Supplement, Vol. 24, p52 

    The article reports that NHS is a boutique meeting-management firm with clients in the medical and publishing industries, among others. It manages several meetings a year in Las Vegas, Nevada, with attendance ranging from 25 to 1,000 people. One of the main reasons the clients choose Las Vegas...

  • Destinations.
    Lynch, Bill // Travel Weekly Australia; 5/8/2009, Issue 111, p4 

    The article offers updates related to travel destinations in Australia. It notes that the struggles among the airlines on the Pacific routes are certain showing a multiple digit decline of visitor numbers in Australia according to the latest U.S. government figures. It mentions that hoteliers...

    Lynch, Bill // Corporate Meetings & Incentives; Oct2005, Vol. 24 Issue 10, p49 

    Presents several products and services related to the meeting industry. Archiving services; Audiovisual rental; Meeting planning; Entertainment; Recording services.

  • Survey with a FIM Focus.
    Lynch, Bill // Corporate Meetings & Incentives; Feb2006, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p8 

    The article reports on the results of the survey conducted by the periodical "Financial & Insurance Meetings" regarding meeting professionals who belong to the Financial & Insurance Conference Planners association. Respondents' companies held an average of 3.6 incentive travel programs in 2005.

  • What's Eventia?
    Lynch, Bill // Corporate Meetings & Incentives; Feb2006, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p9 

    The article reports on the formation of Eventia, an association for event management agencies, event services suppliers and others in the meeting profession in Europe. The organization was formed by the merger of Incentive Travel and Meetings Association and the Corporate Events Association in...

    Mandel, Jed // Corporate Meetings & Incentives; Feb2006, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p16 

    The article reports on ways to limit or eliminate meeting liability and protection the company in setting up meeting contracts in the United States. It is important to read and understand the contract. The contents of the contract should also be detailed. Liability can arise in three basic ways...

    Bassett, Michael // Corporate Meetings & Incentives; Feb2006, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p26 

    The article discusses tips on meeting executives' hiring of an incentive firm to assist with their program in the United States. During initial meeting between the incentive firm and the client, it is important to get what the client is looking for. The question of fees comes up early. Price can...

  • CVBs: Your New Best Friend?
    Bassett, Michael // Corporate Meetings & Incentives; Aug2006, Vol. 25 Issue 8, p19 

    The article focuses on the assistance of convention and visitors bureau (CVB) to meeting planners who are looking for venue in the U.S. CVB provides meeting planners with a better assessment of the total marketplace. It was believed that meeting planners need a reliable source that enables them...

  • NewDMC Certification Sets Standards.
    Kovaleski, Dave // Corporate Meetings & Incentives; Aug2007, Vol. 26 Issue 8, p6 

    The article reports that the Association of Destination Management Executives in Dayton, Ohio is offering a new accreditation program aimed at simplifying the job of sourcing a management company. The Accredited Destination Management Company certification will help meeting planners and visitors...

  • Accommodating Everyone.
    Kovaleski, Dave // Corporate Meetings & Incentives; Sep2007, Vol. 26 Issue 9, p63 

    The article provides a checklist for meeting professionals in taking into account attendees' needs during site visits, before the meeting, during the event and after the function. According to the article, it is better to include an area on the registration form that indicates a need for special...

    Kovaleski, Dave // Corporate Meetings & Incentives; Dec2008, Vol. 27 Issue 12, p42 

    The article offers news briefs related to golf resorts in the U.S. in 2008. A new Isleta Hotel and Convention Center is linked to the 300,000-square-foot casino. A 25,000-square-foot spa with 13 treatment rooms is under construction in the Mount Washington Resort, along with 30,000 square feet...

    Kovaleski, Dave // Corporate Meetings & Incentives; Mar2009, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p16 

    The article presents the statements of Betsy Bondurant, president of Bondurant Consulting, regarding the guidelines for finding the professional meeting planners. She mentions the challenging part of searching the right planners. She suggests the use of the national hotel sales contacts for...

  • Liability Waivers May Not Be Enough.
    Goldberg, James M. // Corporate Meetings & Incentives; Oct2010, Vol. 29 Issue 9, p25 

    The article discusses the relevance of proper presentation of liability waivers to attendees when hosting a particular event. It highlights the incident that happened in British Columbia where a lawsuit was filed against an advertising agency after a river-rafting accident has caused the death...

  • US back in the frame to host UK meetings.
    Coulter, Adam // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland; 11/9/2007, Issue 2792, p24 

    The article focuses on the increasing number of British visitors in the U.S. to hold their conventions/conferences. This is a result of the increased value of the pound against the dollar and the cyclical nature of the meetings market. In 2006, British visitor numbers fell 4% on the previous...

    Coulter, Adam // Conference & Incentive Travel; Jul/Aug2009, Special section p4 

    The article focuses on the services offered by AIMS International as an organizer of the highest quality of events in Europe. Its creative and multilingual staff understand what clients require and are committed to the success of their events. AIMS Budapest can arrange party night on the fabled...

    Coulter, Adam // Conference & Incentive Travel; Jul/Aug2009, Special section p7 

    The article presents the corporate profile for Israel-based Eshet Incentives & Conference. The company was established in 1987 which specialises in producing and handling incentive programmes, business meetings, and special events. It serves as the country's leading destination management...

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