The American College Health Association opens its 2015 Annual Meeting early next week.
The new Venue Standard global certification takes a different approach to assessing convention centers, evaluating quality of service as well as the venue’s offerings.
How one Orlando tradeshow became host to a world-record attempt that involved a lot of mattresses—as well as an important cause. Also: Mitt Romney, charity boxer.
One conference hired scientists to develop algorithms to better engineer in-person meetings. If that sounds too advanced for your association, using existing data may be a place to start.
The National Association of Credit Management opens its 2015 Credit Conference & Expo this weekend.
The American Hotel & Lodging Association says that federal regulators should do more to protect consumers from fraudulent hotel-booking sites—but that consumers should keep an eye out as well.
More than 100 associations in the engineering, technology, and scientific spaces—led by the American Association for the Advancement of Science—have asked members of Congress to better balance cost concerns with the benefits of conferences for the scientific community at large.
New research by London & Partners says meetings planners are not as creative as they think. But to meet attendee expectations, creativity is required, even if time to do so is lacking.
The Roller Skating Association International kicks off its 78th Annual Convention and Trade Show this weekend.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler goes into the lion’s den for his latest keynote speech at the National Cable and Telecommunications Association’s Internet & Television Expo. Plus: What do millennials look for in member benefits?