The Direct Marketing Association this week offered its members a useful guide that tells them what they should do if a worst-case scenario happens.
Planning to wear Google Glass or a smartwatch to the movies? Better make sure it's off once you're inside. Two movie-industry groups took a formal stance on wearable tech this week.
The Minnesota Trucking Association is helping transport the 2014 U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree to Washington, DC. One MTA member is even providing an app for the public to track the tree’s cross-country trip from its home state.
Lessons from an association exec's poorly phrased criticism of an industry disrupter. Also: How Chevy turned a major gaffe into a minor victory.
What if your bad dreams or worst-case scenarios actually happen? In the spirit of today’s ghoulish holiday, a few members of ASAE’s meetings community shares the nightmares they have actually lived through.
A women’s journalism group highlights the challenges of being female in the industry and how they overcame them. Plus: A children’s education association opens doors for bilingual learners.
In both the United States and Europe, college alumni associations are using their social channels to help boost engagement with—and donations from—former students. For some schools, the added effort is paying off, big time.
With the cloud of meetings scandals and wasteful spending still hovering over several government agencies, associations continue to struggle to attract federal employees to their conferences. At a recent ASAE event, a few industry experts shared their thoughts on the current state of affairs.
Pitfalls event planners should avoid if they want to keep their social feeds working for them during event. Also: The pros and cons of sharing conference venues with another association.
A online job fair can be a great way for job hunters and employers to meet without having to leave home or the office. Here are few tips to keep in mind whether you’re attending or hosting one of these events.