You may think giving attendees more options and choices is always better, but what if it turned out that offering them a little less is the way to go? Some ideas for making it happen.
The American Camp Association’s 2017 ACA National Conference starts next week in Albuquerque. Around 1,300 are expected to attend.
Research shows that Americans love loyalty programs, which means that your conference attendees and exhibitors do too. Some ideas on how to start rewarding your loyal customers.
The American Academy of Forensic Sciences’ 69th Annual Scientific Meeting begins next week in New Orleans. Around 5,000 are expected to attend.
Last week’s executive order on immigration raises a lot of questions for conference planners. And for groups with a U.S.-based meeting coming up, they need answers sooner than later. A look at the International Communication Association's response.
The Association of Academic Physiatrists’ 2017 Annual Meeting kicks off next week in Las Vegas. More than 1,000 are expected to be in attendance.
How to manage projects to avoid burnout.
Ways to help attendees stay active onsite.
Space City offers out-of-this-world experiences.
The Association for Creative Industries completely overhauled its annual conference and tradeshow this year—calling it Creativation. Some details that went into the redesign, as well as the benefits a tradeshow makeover could bring.