Emergency nurses took the lead when Ebola arrived in the U.S. The Ebola virus, while terrifying, was something we thought we didn’t have to worry about in the U.S. because it had never shown up on our shores. Until last fall. It started with a false alarm in a Sacramento, California, hospital where a patient […]
You never want to find yourself in a crisis situation, but the benefits of being prepared for one are enormous. A few tips from association and meetings pros who’ve been there.
Expecting the unexpected at a conference is difficult enough. Making it trickier is that crises come in all forms.
Mini-golf emerges as a team building activity that fulfills a mission.
Campaign puts the faces in face-to-face meetings.
The growing popularity of Airbnb and the increase in room block pirates are leading more meeting attendees to book outside the official room block. Let's look at recent data to see just how bad it is and its effect on associations.
Concerned about their members’ safety following a deadly two-week stretch, the Fraternal Order of Police and National Association of Police Organizations are calling on Congress and the Obama administration to act.
After the recent foiled terror plot on a high-speed Paris-bound train, U.S. lawmakers are urging the Transportation Security Administration to step up passenger screening in the nation’s rail stations. The National Railroad Passengers Association is asking Congress to pump the brakes.
In a quest to continually offer members value that they can’t find on the open internet, the International Foodservice Distributors Association launched a new suite of customizable benchmarking tools. The initiative was driven by IFDA’s volunteer leaders.
The nation’s roads are more packed now than they’ve ever been, according to a new report out of Texas A&M’s Transportation Institute. Several associations are using the report’s findings to push their message.