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Four reasons why Los Angeles might be able to breathe new life into the country’s push to host the 2024 Summer Games. Read More

Frisco, Texas Scores State-of-the-Art Soccer Center

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Google’s new Asus Chromebit is a computer that fits in the palm of your hand and adds flexibility to your event’s AV. Read More

These facilities are not horsing around about hosting your next event. Read More

As hashtags have become a staple of successful athletic events, it’s no longer enough to simply create hashtags—you also need to measure them. Read More

A decade after the Expos moved to D.C., the city makes its pitch for a return. Read More

Prince Harry’s Invictus Games will be held at ESPN’s Wide World of Sports Complex in May 2016. Read More

A woman was hospitalized for several days after wearing too-tight jeans. Don’t let this happen to you or your attendees. Read More

The Women’s World Cup hero could go from being a force on the field to one on the speaking circuit if she plays her cards right. Read More

PIT+ provides training facilities usually reserved from the pros. Read More

Four reasons why Los Angeles might be able to breathe new life into the country’s push to host the 2024 Summer Games. Read More

After previously hosting regional gymnastics meets, Providence, Rhode Island, will welcome the 2016 USA Gymnastics Championships next June. Read More

Rights holders can set their event apart by starting with the hardware. Industrial designer Andrew Watson discusses modern awards and trophies. Read More

The U.S. women’s national soccer team’s World Cup win drew a record TV crowd, but that doesn’t mean all is equal with the men’s game. We explore further with these stats. Read More

Tracy Sundlun, SVP of Competitor Group, who went from being a coaching legend to a premier event organizer, discusses the state of the running industry. Read More

If you’re the type who relies on control-Z, Gmail’s new Undo Send feature may be a life (or job) saver. Read More

Trying to develop a strategy for continued growth, Visit Buffalo Niagara has enlisted TSE Consulting for a fresh perspective. Read More

The day the sports tourism industry has prepared for is here: Millennials now outnumber baby boomers, U.S. Census data shows. Read More

Beth Noymer Levine, founder of SmartMouth Communications and coach to Fortune 500 executives, outlines five steps to becoming a respected orator. Read More

As AV technology makes advancements, meeting planners need to know how to avoid is improperly formatting screen ratios as they pertain to presentations. Read More

As cyber crime becomes increasingly common, consider these 10 basic ideas for rights holders, attendees and speakers. Read More

Attend one of the most inspiring and powerful events this year, along with the best and brightest in the sports tourism industry. Read More

The FBI investigation into the St. Louis Cardinals for allegedly hacking the Houston Astros is a reminder for rights holders to prepare for cyberattacks. Read More

At 24 years old, Andrew Dahir, operations coordinator at the National Soccer Coaches Association of America, has emerged as a rising star in the industry. Read More

With the British Open teeing off at famed St. Andrews this week, we offer this look at Edinburgh, Scotland, a home of magical events. Read More

Imagine if you could receive feedback in real time, having the luxury of making adjustments to enhance participants’ experience and deal with annoyances and distractions as they occurred. What you’re imagining is now a reality. Read More

A little secrecy and a lot of physical activity turn a once-dreadfully boring event into a memorable experience. Read More

With the upheaval at FIFA over the past two weeks, there may be a bit of renewed hope that FIFA will strip Qatar of the World Cup. But is that realistic? Read More

John Lennon might have imagined the sharing economy, which allows people to bypass traditional business models. On-demand services are in demand. It’s time to figure out how to fit them into your convention and strategic business plans. Read More

After a lifetime in sports, Destination DC’s sports development manager is back where it all started: the nation’s capital—and he couldn’t be happier about it. Read More

Sensing an opportunity to push back against rising airline costs, the U.S. Travel Association asks Congress to cut some taxes associated with plane tickets. Read More

Not wanting to be accused of looking backward, Starwood announced a 10-point plan to reinvigorate its largest brand within the next five years. Read More

To maintain a healthy partnership, an event team must communicate, understand and meet sponsors’ expectations and design new programs and opportunities. Read More

One World Observatory, atop One World Trade Center (also known as Freedom Tower), the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere, officially opened May 29. Read More

Most suppliers talk up their market, but few in the industry champion a destination like Oklahoma City’s Sue Hollenbeck. She spoke with Connect Sports about why she loves her city and some big things she’s working on. Read More

The Original American Beach, Daytona Beach area is renowned for its 23 miles of beach, coastal vibe, top-notch sporting facilities and service in Florida. Read More

The Fort Worth CVB’s manager for sports discusses the secrets of successfully promoting the Texas city as a destination (hint: it starts with service). Read More

Hank Steinbrecher, the U.S. Soccer Federation secretary general from 1990 to 2000, shares his take on what the controversy means for sport abroad and in the U.S. Read More

Conceived of as an Olympics for everyday people, the Corporate Games is returning to the U.S. in hopes of making America’s workforce more physically fit. Read More