Event hosting for others is nothing new for the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority (MCCA). Now, though, it’s doing something different. It’s co-producing its own events. “What if we redefined…the relationship between the (convention center) building and the event?”
Most people begin exercising at the start of the new year in order to lose any weight gained over the fall holidays. But a new study, which tracked the health habits of 2,235 men over 35 years, found that exercise does more than slim you down. It decreases your risk of dementia, too.
Hiring frontline employees who represent ethnic groups can help businesses succeed with minority customers, according to a recent University of Texas at Arlington study. Elten Briggs, associate professor of marketing at UT Arlington, and Detra Montoya, clinical associate professor of
There was a lot of industry news this past week you may have missed. Here are some headlines that caught our eyes. Building ‘Tension’: An Inside Look at NIN’s Massive Arena Tour —Wired “The band’s shows are famous for their over-the-top visuals, and massive arena performances ar
Fashion industry elites found their way to Fair Park in Dallas for one of the season’s biggest events, the Chanel Métiers d’Art runway show, on December 10. Celebrities—such as Kristen Stewart, Lauren Hutton, and Dakota Fanning—were among the 1,000 people who attended the covete