Traditional print marketing meets new school media at a conference for continuing education. Plus: An association celebrates a century of radiology.
The meetings industry as a whole is doing just fine, thank you very much. But a closer look shows that events that rely on government attendance are still hurting. Last week, the FOSE technology show became the latest victim of federal budget cuts and dwindling attendance.
It’s never too early to start thinking ahead when it comes to conferences and events. Here’s what a few organizations and companies are predicting that 2015 has on tap for meetings.
A prominent cardiovascular science conference holds a variety of rapid-fire sessions. Plus: Descendants of Civil Rights-era heroes discuss civic participation.
There are countless TED and TEDX Talks to listen to, so separate the wheat from the chaff with this list of five great talks. Plus: Twitter turns on Bill Cosby.
How to ensure attendees don't lose attention when … whoa, shiny object! Also: The National Association of Realtors gives its members another online benefit.
Your meeting attendees don’t want to feel like they’re just merely another name to add to your attendee roster. Rather, they want a custom-tailored experience that’s all about them.
Timed just perfectly for to capitalize on the midterm elections, a major Realtors conference is putting political issues at the forefront of its agenda. Plus: A conference shows museums can be key to community health and wellness.
The keycard may soon be a thing of the past. By early 2015, the chain plans to offer Bluetooth-enabled mobile key technology in 150 hotels. Not too far behind is Hilton, which has similar plans.
One of the most popular TED Talk presenters shares some public speaking secrets. Plus: The keys to leveling up your conference signage.