The latest quarterly edition of Certify’s expense-management report found that, for the first time, ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft made up more than half of all ground-transportation business expenses nationally.
During the 2016 edition of IMEX America, meetings-industry stakeholders announced steps to further safety endeavors within the industry through the launch of a new council. The council extends the events industry’s ongoing collaboration with the Department of Homeland Security.
Do your third-party vendors have too much access to your data—and what sort of risks does that open up? Also: The head of the Internet Association reflects on the group’s start.
Less than three weeks before his successor will be voted into office, President Obama has proposed a series of new rules that could make air travel a lot less painful for the public. Associations offered mixed reviews. The Obama administration’s proposed new regulations on air travel could help make flying a lot less frustrating for […]
The latest edition of an annual American Express report, predicting trends for 2017, suggests that tradeshows and conferences in North America will see a decline in growth, with smaller events taking their place.
A new report from the Public Affairs Council indicates that roughly three-quarters of Americans think racial discrimination is a serious problem, with other forms of discrimination also widely concerning for the public. The report ponders whether companies can make an impact on solving these problems.
The association revealed this week that a careful focus on its finances and on improvements in conference attendance has NABJ ending its 2016 fiscal year with a projected $1 million surplus—a major improvement from a year ago.
If utilized properly, Google Analytics can give your event's ROI a huge boost. Also: Teamwork lessons from Mount Everest climbers.
The Advanced Medical Technology Association hopes to leverage its members as a way to lower prices on common services and equipment.
Slightly more than half of respondents to the Alliance for Nonprofit Management's new board chair survey said that they hadn't had any formal training ahead of taking the role. Instead, they often learned the role by observing prior board chairs or consulting the CEO.