The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra: Bringing Together the Community with Classical Music

Each year in September, we celebrate Classical Music Month. There’s no better way to celebrate this special time of year than to honor some of the best musicians the Atlanta area has to offer. The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra offers a level of excellence unrivaled in other parts of the country, with a rich history of artistry and … Read more

Summer 2018 NYC Restaurant Week® Highlights

One invitation. Countless occasions. #NYCRestaurantWeek reservations are now open! Link in bio. A post shared by NYC Restaurant Week (@nycrestaurantweek) on Jul 9, 2018 at 9:36am PDT Summer is here and NYC Restaurant Week® is rapidly approaching. For meeting and event planners, this is a great time to try some of New York’s top cuisine … Read more

3 TED Talks on Goal Setting and Achievement

It seems we’ve been doing things all wrong. When setting goals, we’ve been molded into focusing on the goal, gaining rewards for good behavior. No matter what the goal is we’re trying to attain, it seems to be a universal model we’ve adapted; focus, carrots, sticks. While this approach may work in a couple different … Read more

Fabulous Times Square is the Heart of New York City

If you find yourself in New York’s Times Square for a meeting at the AMA Executive Center, you are in luck. It is a bevy of excitement and a neon world of energy. The streets teem with crowds representing nations from all over the world. It is an irresistible hub of interesting venues and activities. Here … Read more

Great Online Resources for Your Meeting Professional Needs

Every meeting and event planner should have a good collection of resources and contacts under their belt to look to for inspiration and education. Here is our list of some of the industry’s best publications to get you started, or to add to your resource list. MEETINGS TODAY Meetings Today is a magazine focused on … Read more

The Ford GoBike: Grab A Bike And GO In San Francisco

The next time you visit San Francisco, consider exploring the city by bicycle. May is National Bike Month, a time to get moving with two-wheeled transportation. Bicycling is a great way to exercise, to explore a city, and to save the environment. Not only does bicycling reduce carbon emissions and improve air quality, it also … Read more

Top Leadership TED Talks To Listen To During Your Work Commute

TED Talks have given professionals around the world the opportunity to ascertain knowledge from a wide variety of people, all of whom have “ideas worth spreading.” These talks are short, accessible, and offer great insight into a variety of topics, particularly for busy leaders looking to expand their skill set. Here are a few of … Read more

What You Need to Know About the Washington D.C. AMA Executive Conference Center

Washington, D.C. is known as the center of politics in the United States, but it’s also a city that represents every major culture in the nation. Filled with luxury hotels, restaurants of every conceivable cuisine, and a bounty of activities throughout the city, Washington D.C. is a top destination for high-level conferences and meetings. Likewise, … Read more

Global Meetings Industry Day 2018 – Where Will You Celebrate?

Created to celebrate the ‘power of meetings’ and the global industry that supports them, the 2018 Global Meetings Industry Day (GMID) will be held worldwide on April 12th. “Real results, real impact, all around the world” is the focus of this year’s international day of advocacy. AMA Executive Conference Centers is proud to be a … Read more

Everything You Need To Know About The New York City St. Patrick’s Day Parade

When Saint Patrick’s Day rolls around in March, everyone wants to be Irish. While the tradition of celebrating a feast day on the date of Saint Patrick’s death certainly began in Ireland, the first Saint Patrick’s Day parade was not held on the Emerald Isle, but in the United States. In 1762, Irish Soldiers who … Read more