This year has seen a lot of ground-shaking moments in the event industry space. Keep your eye on these five top trends in the second half of 2017. Also: Clever ways to use hashtags to attract new talent.
The latest edition of GLAAD’s Studio Responsibility Index found modest improvement in the number of characters portrayed in films produced by major studios, but ongoing challenges with how and where such characters are used. The study’s release comes months after Moonlight’s Best Picture Oscar win—the first time a film with an LGBTQ lead character has won that award.
The Association of Title IX Administrators has aggressively been improving its content offerings of late. Its latest endeavor? A clearinghouse on all things Title IX.
You want attendees to leave your events feeling energized and ready to put what they learned to use. Some ideas for harnessing their energy to engage them in the months after.
A new online community from the American Parkinson Disease Association provides informational and emotional support for patients and their caretakers.
The Society for Vascular Surgery’s 2017 Vascular Annual Meeting begins in San Diego next week. A little more than 2,700 will be in attendance.
Rep. Marsha Blackburn, a prominent critic of the FCC's internet privacy rules that were recently rolled back by Congress, could revive those rules with a new piece of legislation—but make them also apply to websites at large. The approach has raised concerns from observers.
The American Overseas Memorial Day Association, created to honor American troops whose final resting place was overseas, has been active for nearly a century. One chapter is working to keep its ongoing mission alive through a new website.
Membership retention is tricky and often out of your control. But a few key benefits can help. Also: Why marketing automation could be hurting you.
The Association of Plastic Recyclers says it’s seeing significant success with its rigid-plastics recycling program targeted at grocery stores. Now, the association is helping grocery-store pharmacies take part in the program.