Discover what will drive the next year of conferences and events. Plus: 10 proven productivity strategies.
Virtual events aren't just a flashy show of technology for your association; they can also turn a profit. Plus: It's time to mothball those musty buzzwords.
Don't get caught off guard by a sudden drop in attendance or sponsorships at your annual meeting. Also: A leading association exec breaks down strategies for managing your time.
People attend meetings for many reasons, but often at the top of their list is networking opportunities. Is your association doing everything it can to create connections and build relationships among attendees?
The American College of Cardiology recognizes the challenges and successes of cardiovascular science in 2014. Plus: The world’s largest Earth and space science meeting gives its attendees interdisciplinary learning opportunities.
In a new study, the travel booking firm says that, in general, passengers should expect lower fares next year. So when should you book? Long story short: The day of the week isn't as big of a deal as the kind of trip you're taking.
Many of your traditional onsite learners have also turned to e-learning in the past few years. But now there’s something new to consider: mobile learning. Should your association implement a strategy around it?
A conference centered around learning features a variety of tech-focused programming for furthering professional development. Plus: A risk analysis association aims to tackle major environmental, public health issues.
How some quick thinking (and a couple of powerful friends) helped the rock band U2 save a World AIDS Day benefit concert. Also: a cyberattack map that might freak you out. If you’re a fan of U2, you may have been wondering what the band was going to do for yesterday’s World AIDS Day without its fearless […]
You may hear the word “editing” and think it only applies to communications and writing. But the truth is that every good conference could use a little streamlining and clean up.