A look at how associations are tapping into the professional skills their attendees have for conference-related community service projects.
The National Home Infusion Association’s Annual Conference & Exposition begins in Orlando early next week. Close to 1,200 are expected to attend.
During this week’s digitalNow2017, a number of speakers said that a new learning environment and the continuous need for professionals to gain new skills will require associations to adopt a new strategy. A look at how it may affect conferences.
The Drug and Alcohol Testing Industry Association’s Annual Conference begins in Orlando in the upcoming days. Attendance is expected to surpass 800.
During the opening keynote of digitalNow2017, Timothy Chou discussed how the Internet of Things will lead to significant changes to today’s workforce as well as the next one.
Some meeting-related takeaways from last weekend’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner, which was missing something for the first time in 36 years: the President of the United States.
The American Alliance of Museums’ 2017 Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo kicks off in St. Louis in the upcoming days. Attendance is expected to hit 5,000.
Sure, conferences are usually for adults, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t any room for “kids stuff.” Some ways associations are making children feel welcome at their meetings.
The Association of Fundraising Professionals’ 2017 International Fundraising Conference kicks off in San Fran this weekend. Close to 3,000 attendees are expected.
Your association’s meetings and conferences may not have a lot in common with festival juggernaut Coachella, but there are still some lessons to be gleaned from it.