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Incorporate Wellness into Your Next Boston Event Part 2: Wellness at the Hynes

In last week’s blog we shared some tips on how to incorporate one of 2018’s hottest trends, health & wellness, into your next BCEC event. This week we continue with more health and wellness tips for your Hynes event.

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  1. Incorporate Wellness into Your Next Boston Event | Part 1: Wellness at the BCEC

    Health & wellness have been among the most prominent trends in the events industry this year and according to a M&C Research Survey from August, the majority of attendees (67%) and meeting planners (75%) place at least some importance on wellness initiatives as part of event agendas. For planners hosting conventions in Boston, our city offers a plethora of options to foster attendees’ wellbeing and help them stay active and healthy on the road and during their event.

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  2. Exciting New Additions to Boston’s Airport Dining Scene

    Last year, we introduced you to some of the outstanding dining options that can be found at Boston Logan International Airport. But there’s more: Last month, MarketPlace Logan, the developer and manager of its Concessions Program, announced that a dozen additional local and regional brands are slated to open locations at Boston Logan in late 2018 and 2019.

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  3. Boston Eateries: Where to Get the Most Bang for Your Buck

    If you’ve ever traveled, you know that visiting a top-tier destination is no cheap endeavor. No matter where in the world you go, it can be challenging to find quality food in affordable restaurants. In Boston, however, it is quite simple. With ease, you can find unique food at high-quality restaurants that will not come anywhere close to breaking your bank. Read on to find a list of restaurants that will allow your attendees the chance to get the most bang for their buck in Beantown.

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