The American Public Health Association’s 2016 Annual Meeting and Expo starts over the weekend in Denver.
Two thoughts on how computerized systems could change the nature of our events. Also: What you should do if a member disengages.
During the 2016 edition of IMEX America, meetings-industry stakeholders announced steps to further safety endeavors within the industry through the launch of a new council. The council extends the events industry’s ongoing collaboration with the Department of Homeland Security.
Could exhibiting costs be keeping smaller companies and startups from your tradeshow? Some ideas on wooing these exhibitors who may offer ideas and innovations that your industry needs to be successful long term.
The American Evaluation Association’s 30th Annual Conference—Evaluation 2016—kicks off early next week in Atlanta.
The latest edition of an annual American Express report, predicting trends for 2017, suggests that tradeshows and conferences in North America will see a decline in growth, with smaller events taking their place.
If utilized properly, Google Analytics can give your event's ROI a huge boost. Also: Teamwork lessons from Mount Everest climbers.
News that two associations are sunsetting their traditional tradeshows and rethinking their event strategy may illustrate a broader trend. How can your association ensure it's serving industry needs and attendee expectations?
The HighEdWeb 2016 Annual Conference begins in the next few days in Memphis, Tennessee.
Perhaps someone at your next event could offer a long-lasting highlight—just like the now-prevalent icon from the most recent presidential debate. Plus: Come on aboard, volunteers!