Sure, attendees are at your conference to learn, but they could also be there to find their next job. Three benefits to having an onsite job fair or career center at your conference.
The American Association of Swine Veterinarians’ 48th Annual Meeting begins this weekend in Denver. Around 1,000 attendees are expected.
Setting the right goals can help event professionals boost their job performance. Also: Website features that you need today to stay competitive.
You may think giving attendees more options and choices is always better, but what if it turned out that offering them a little less is the way to go? Some ideas for making it happen.
The American Camp Association’s 2017 ACA National Conference starts next week in Albuquerque. Around 1,300 are expected to attend.
With help from the American Kennel Club, the International Cat Association gets cats on the center stage at a companion event to the storied Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York City.
Event professionals need a well-considered emergency plan should a serious crisis occur during a meeting. Also: Don’t count out the benefits of nonprofit mentors.
The Entertainment Software Association has long put on a tradeshow so cool that the public has wanted in on the gaming action. This year, it’ll let them into E3—while being mindful of the new dynamic it creates.
Research shows that Americans love loyalty programs, which means that your conference attendees and exhibitors do too. Some ideas on how to start rewarding your loyal customers.
The American Academy of Forensic Sciences’ 69th Annual Scientific Meeting begins next week in New Orleans. Around 5,000 are expected to attend.