Associations that don’t have the staff bandwidth or knowledge to deliver exceptional conference experiences are asking attendees to help them out.
The National Recreation and Park Association’s 2017 Annual Conference begins in New Orleans in the upcoming days. Attendance is expected to top 7,000.
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After serving as a shelter during and after Hurricane Harvey, the Houston Convention Center returns to business as usual. Also: how to set the right goals for your online community engagement strategy.
The International Claim Association’s 108th Annual Education Conference begins in San Diego in the upcoming days. Attendance is expected to top 400.
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Turns out those convention buffets create a lot of food waste—something one hotel chain wants to fix. Also: How photo booths are getting social.
Hurricane Harvey severely affected residents and businesses in Houston and other areas of Texas. But as meetings return to the region, many are using their time there to give back to the local community.
The Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies’ 107th Annual Meeting begins in Sandy, Utah, in the upcoming days. More than 700 attendees are expected.
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