Airbnb is leading the way in the private accommodation rental market, but online intermediaries like Priceline and Expedia are looking to catch up. Also: How to craft a more focused communications strategy.
Associations frequently use advisory boards to develop a meeting’s curriculum or to help identify industry trends and breaking news. But what other roles can these experts play?
The American Veterinary Medical Association’s 2017 Convention begins in the upcoming days in Indianapolis. Around 4,000 are expected to attend.
A new report from the Global Business Travel Association Foundation highlights the economic picture of business travel—but also, more importantly, tells us about the preferences of road warriors.
Simple ways to evolve your meetings to make them feel more personalized. Also: How to give constructive feedback to your boss.
In Minnesota, the Super Bowl Host Committee's legacy fund, backed by money from the NFL and other donors, is helping to pay for community projects throughout the state. The Minneapolis-hosted Super Bowl LII is still nearly eight months away.
In order to make meetings more inclusive and welcoming, it’s often a good idea to get all generations—young, seasoned, and somewhere in between—involved in the planning process. Here's a look at how to do it with your young professionals.
The International Literacy Association’s 2017 Conference and Exhibits begins this weekend in Orlando, Florida. More than 5,000 are expected to attend.
Have an online course? Encourage your members to hang out with other members when they dive into the lessons. Also: Why you should consider inviting groups unfavorable to your industry to your next meeting.
A newly released study from Egencia finds that business travelers want and expect to manage their trips across all mobile devices. It also revealed some areas for improvement.