A women’s journalism group highlights the challenges of being female in the industry and how they overcame them. Plus: A children’s education association opens doors for bilingual learners.
With the cloud of meetings scandals and wasteful spending still hovering over several government agencies, associations continue to struggle to attract federal employees to their conferences. At a recent ASAE event, a few industry experts shared their thoughts on the current state of affairs.
Pitfalls event planners should avoid if they want to keep their social feeds working for them during event. Also: The pros and cons of sharing conference venues with another association.
Dog lovers, you may want to steer clear of social media today, as cat fans tweet and post like mad for National Cat Day. Plus: How to become a refined meeting moderator.
Expedia and Priceline getting long in the tooth? Check out new online travel options that might be worth your time. Also: Taylor Swift is better at marketing than you are, and it's OK to admit it.
When you first hear Ebola, you may not think of meetings. But heightened anxiety levels may leave attendees concerned about traveling to conferences. Here’s a look at how the meetings industry is responding to mounting fears.
A conservation group lets its conference attendees play outdoors. Plus: A global health association lands one of the world's most prominent speakers for its keynote.
Why having an event sponsor as excited about your event as you are is so important. Also: one event pro breaks down the moment when an association was showing its age.
This weeklong event brings together thought leaders and attendees in hopes of creating change and measurable results. Even better is that associations can apply some of CIW’s ideas to their own meetings.
The Produce Marketing Association holds its annual harvest, and a different sort of pragmatic meeting in this week's Conference Circuit.