ASAE, business groups, and convention bureaus oppose a new Texas House bill meant to replace a controversial Senate bill that would dictate bathroom use policies.
Moving past a big work blunder isn’t easy, but there are a few key ways you can avoid making the same mistake. Also: Why you no longer have to feel awkward when you use the word "millennial."
With safety and uncertainty big factors, travel departments haven’t cozied up to home-sharing services like Airbnb, but individual employees have fewer issues with the services.
Asking regional members to take action on micro-advocacy efforts could result in big payoffs—both for your issue and in member engagement.
Your association’s meetings and conferences may not have a lot in common with festival juggernaut Coachella, but there are still some lessons to be gleaned from it.
The Industrial Supply Association’s Annual Convention 2017 starts this weekend in Denver. Around 1,600 are expected to attend.
As the cybersecurity skills gap persists, a new training and testing program can help bridge that gap, while providing a recruitment and retention tool for HR departments.
People are happy to pay a little more for VIP experiences. Here’s how special advantages could benefit both your attendees and your association. Also: How to think about the changing nature of knowledge in the digital age.
The Crowdfunding Professional Association is working to take advantage of new federal rules allowing for equity funding with a new expert community targeted at those looking to launch a campaign.
Late R&B icon Prince did something most of his musical contemporaries could only dream of: He starred in a critically acclaimed hit film that won an Oscar and even spent some time behind the camera as a director. The African-American Film Critics Association will celebrate his cinematic legacy at events through the end of the month.