The 2015 Joint Annual Conference of the Illinois Association of School Boards, Illinois Association of School Administrators, and Illinois Association of School Business Officials is happening in Chicago this week.
The central Florida city, a popular convention site, allows for smoking in local bars and designated hotel rooms, and that’s not sitting well with the American Heart Association.
A key global travel group says it's been working to assist those stranded or needing assistance in the wake of Friday's terror attacks on the city of Paris. Meanwhile, one prominent startup closely tied to the hospitality space literally found one of its corporate events located roughly in the middle of the terror attacks.
The newly released Green Venue Report shows that convention centers around the world are committed to sustainability and green meetings, even if it's not always top of mind for planners.
The 2015 Annual Conference for National Association for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth begins in Phoenix this weekend.
Greening your meetings can do wonders—it's just not always easy. Plus: Who you're with at an event may be more important than what you're seeing.
Some handy tips to enhance your presence on the tradeshow floor. Plus: A check-in on the success of Giving Tuesday before its fourth anniversary.
Want to get your attendees’ input as you put together your next conference? Asking them to cast a vote is one way to do it---and it may lead to happier and more engaged attendees.
New research from the Global Business Travel Association finds that younger employees are quicker to embrace business travel than their older counterparts—particularly if there's free WiFi.
The 2015 Annual Meeting for the American College of Rheumatology starts in San Francisco later the week.