The privacy issues that come with event apps—and the questions we should ask about them.
Making the rounds on the conference speaker circuit has kept the former first lady, senator, and secretary of State in the public eye and her name in the 2016 presidential conversation. Yesterday, though, it also put her in the line of a shoe-thrower's fire at an association event in Las Vegas.
Unofficial housing companies use various tactics to woo meeting attendees to book outside the official room block, causing associations to pay costly attrition fees. What are associations and the braoder meetings industry doing to combat these poachers?
An event expert shares what steps to avoid when rounding up guests for your event via e-mail. Also: A little advice on acquiring quality feedback from your next event survey.
Is your event technology meeting your guests’ expectations? Make sure a few outlets are nearby. Also: how to make your event more shareable on social media.
Good news for road warriors trying to get online in the sky: One of the main providers of in-flight wireless service is about to release an upgraded version of its technology that'll keep you working miles from the ground.
Is your conference as healthy as it could be? A fitness or wellness challenge at your next event may be the best way to get your attendees moving, as well as have them compete and engage with one another.
A SXSW event pumped up the crowd—literally—with the help of some digital wristbands. Also: An association CEO's best leadership advice.
Preparing your presenters for your event is simple, yet many forget to do it. Here's some advice to ensure things go smoothly. Plus: Help your board members become better fundraisers.
After a winter filled with cancellations and delays helped to drive travelers to buy more insurance, the question remains: Is it worth the potentially high extra cost?