What happens when your keynoter has a completely different position than your attendees do? Take some lessons from the Magnet Schools of America’s decision to invite Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos.
The Truckload Carriers Association’s 79th Annual Convention starts over the weekend in Nashville. Around 1,300 industry professionals are expected to attend.
The American Burn Association’s 49th Annual Meeting begins next week in Boston. Around 1,500 industry professionals are expected to attend.
A recent article showed that the seating and structure of a country’s legislature reveals a lot about culture and how decisions are made. What does it means in terms of seating and room setup at conferences and events?
The 2017 Research Chefs Association’s 2017 Annual Conference and Culinology Expo begins next week in Puerto Rico. Close to 1,200 industry professionals are expected to attend.
To help attendees fuel up for their afternoon sessions and network at the same time, a number of ASAE partners hosted pop-up events during this week’s Great Ideas Conference. It’s a trend that’s catching on at meetings everywhere.
Event and session formats are constantly evolving to meet attendee expectations. Is a live podcast another one to add to the mix?
The 2017 NASPA Annual Conference is set to start this weekend. More than 5,000 attendees are expected in San Antonio, Texas.
Sure, attendees are at your conference to learn, but they could also be there to find their next job. Three benefits to having an onsite job fair or career center at your conference.
The American Association of Swine Veterinarians’ 48th Annual Meeting begins this weekend in Denver. Around 1,000 attendees are expected.