Ahead of the 2016 U.S. Open, in Flushing, New York, the United States Tennis Association launched an epic experiment in selfiedom at Times Square. New York City’s Times Square is constantly lit up with larger-than-life ads featuring the beautiful, rich, and famous. But on Thursday, the United States Tennis Association gave a bunch of regular […]
The Toronto Taxi Alliance is taking a two-pronged approach to improving the reputation of taxi drivers in the city by launching a tip line and increasing training for new drivers.
What the purchase of Monster.com—for a price far lower than its peak valuation—says about the value of job boards. Also: Focus on your first-timers before the event. In case you hadn’t heard, Monster.com was recently sold for $429 million—not circus peanuts by any means, but far from its peak value. During the height of the […]
Sustainable practices should be a starting point, not a feel-good bonus. Here are a few tips for what you should look for in your event's locale.
A new resource from the Event Service Professionals Association helps meeting venues, hotels, CVBs, and destinations ensure they are accessible to everyone and that every attendee has the information they need.
The 82nd Annual International Conference on Assessment Administration starts in Florida early next week.
The cleaning-supply group ISSA has merged with the Australia's National Cleaning Suppliers Association, with the goal of giving the smaller group the support it needs to back its members.
Many businesses and industries will be affected by the Federal Aviation Administration’s small drone regulations that go into effect next week. The American Association of Insurance Services is doing its part to ensure farms and agricultural businesses using the technology are covered.
President Obama joins the National Parks Conservation Association in marking a major milestone. Plus: What’s with annoying event rules?
The online retailer is working with an array of nonprofits to donate Kindle e-readers and digital books to people in need. The approach is a formalized expansion of the company's prior charitable endeavors.