The North American Edible Insects Coalition, which is currently leapfrogging into existence, hopes to prove to the public that the stigma of eating bugs is old hat. The group, launched at an event in Detroit, highlights the fact that some startups see the Motor City as ripe for edible-bug manufacturing.
Despite the American Humane Association's successful legislative efforts in the handling of former tactical dogs, the dogs are often not ending up with their former military partners. The association is backing an effort in Congress to investigate the issue.
The Midwest Society of Association Executives' recent name change, which evokes the three-state area that the association represents, is "succinct, clear and approachable," according to the group.
Whether you're on the highways or at the airport, ten to one you will find yourself stuck in traffic around Memorial Day. Here's some advice from a handful of key transportation associations on preparing for the long weekend.
The departure of the major ride-sharing startups, still smarting over a failure at the ballot box, has left a hole in the Texas capital for people looking for a cheap ride. One of the firms hoping to fill it in Austin is doing something unusual for an app of its nature—it has organized itself as a community-driven nonprofit.
See how moving away from a cookie-cutter approach with the classic presentation platform can help improve your event. Plus: What to do with your webinar audience.
Real estate associations are starting to offer their members access to something they may not have when closing sales: support for their laptops, mobile phones, and tablets. The perk is an example of an association making a member benefit available to other associations around the country.
The American Association of Caregiving Youth, launched in 2006 by a former caregiver, is working to shine a light on a situation that's more common than you might imagine, in which adolescents and young adults must care for a disabled or sick parent or loved one.
Part of the Entertainment Software Association's long-running videogame industry event, which takes place in Los Angeles each year, will be open to the public for the first time. The approach comes about as game developers have started to favor public-facing expos and competing events have started to crop up.
A major pharmacy chain shifts gears on the most annoying part of its long-running loyalty program, and does so in the most hilarious way possible. Also: One music-focused association gets into the spirit for its legislative fly-in.