The American Meteorological Society’s 97th Annual Meeting begins over the weekend. More than 4,000 are expected to attend.
Discover more ways to spread the word about your upcoming meetings. Also: Be on the lookout for these specific social skills.
Attendees go to your conferences for a number of reasons, and their career level may help you determine why. Now it’s up to you to deliver on their expectations.
The Qualitative Research Consultants Association’s 2017 Annual Conference kicks off in Los Angeles next week. Close to 300 are expected to attend.
Take a look at the tremendous effort it takes to produce a world-famous event. Also: A state chamber goes from money troubles to tripling its revenue.
A new report from the Incentive Research Foundation offers insights on how meeting planners can better work with hotel salespeople—and vice versa. The relationships between the two sides are generally collaborative, but are not based on trust or friendship.
Associations enjoy giving awards, but all too often their ceremonies are lackluster, awkward, and even boring. Taking a page from Sunday’s Golden Globes, here are some pointers for creating a dazzling awards program.
Ten years ago today, late Apple cofounder Steve Jobs gave the most important speech of his career. And it genuinely changed everything. Also: Why a stadium could be a good event venue.
Sure, you want your attendees to learn onsite, but you also want them to apply what they learned back at the office. Some ideas for making that happen.
The Society for Social Work and Research’s 21st Annual Conference begins in New Orleans next week. More than 1,700 are expected to attend.