The National Athletic Directors Conference kicks off in Nashville this week. About 1,800 athletic administrators are expected to attend.
A new report from Carlson Wagonlit Travel Meetings and Events suggests that events will continue growing, but due to narrowing GDP growth, planners should work to tighten costs.
The Office of Management and Budget has released new travel spending guidelines that could help federal government employees more easily attend conferences.
Wildfires in Tennessee led to the evacuation of more than 14,000 residents and tourists in the affected areas. How can association meeting planners best prepare for a situation that would require attendees to be evacuated?
The American Society for Cell Biology’s 2016 Annual Meeting begins this weekend in San Francisco.
The Center for Exhibition Industry Research reported another quarter of growth for the meetings industry. While there were some weak spots in specific industries, they were mitigated by strong performances elsewhere.
Why you should make room for pop-up events at your annual meeting. Also: The root cause of disappearing donors might be poor communication.
How Netflix turned to live events to promote its revival of the cult show Gilmore Girls. Also: The next act for the two guys who created the hugely popular news site Politico.
A study that looked at “hybrid” events—those with both virtual and in-person components—sheds some light on how virtual events appeal to attendees.
The term “mass personalization” may seem paradoxical. But for your meetings to continue to thrive, you must deliver personalized experiences to a large group of people.