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Travmar connects group planners of all sizes with the services provided by professional convention bureau reps, meeting sourcing specialists and writers that can help find and deliver the best resources wherever they're needed.
Since 1996, MeetingSource.com has helped more than 100,000 professional planners with quality information and metrics . Our ranking of convention cities and centers makes their site selection easier. Stay tuned for announcements regarding our support for next generation of tools including open-source listings for meeting and convention facilities.
Starting in 1998, Travmar has been using ResponseRewards to thank planners and attendees for the loyalty they show for booking within featured cities.
A new version of ResponseRewards.com will demonstrate many ways meaningful incentives can make more things happen. Stay tuned as we work on our elegant redesign!
Freeman launches the event industry's first decentralized cloud platform for show organizers and providers. Could an event industry blockchain come next?
MeetingSource Names Its Top 25 Convention Cities in the USA for 2019 - December 12, 2018
For 2019, MeetingSource.com added a seventh ranking factor – air quality – as consideration in choosing the best convention cities. It was never expected to change the rankings as much as it did.
Why Blockchain Technology Should Make Its Way to Meeting Planners - November 19, 2018
Frustrated by having to keep information up-to-date in several places, the inability to trade loyalty points across programs and the lack of visibility in room block availability are just three reasons blockchain technology should be added to meeting sourcing says Travmar's content lead.
One hundred and sixty-three cities were compared across six convention site selection factors: Affordability, Ease of Access, Safety, Walkability, Promotional Appeal and a new measured factor, Weather.
Relaunch of MeetingSource.com - It's all done! — Jan 25, 2017
After countless hours, the redesign of MeetingSource.com went live this year. Unlike in the past, when five programmers and a huge budget were required, this time we used a (very) small team and focused mainly on the content portion because programming headaches although not gone were minimized.