Associations are hosting scavenger hunts for attendees during their conferences. Not only are they fun for attendees, but they can also help market future conferences and secure extra revenue.
A look at four elements of successful book clubs that could also make for successful meetings.
Spring is often known as a time for cleanup and renewal. Here are three things meeting professionals can do to refresh their event tactics.
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.
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?
Event and session formats are constantly evolving to meet attendee expectations. Is a live podcast another one to add to the mix?
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.
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.
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.
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.