The New England Association for College Admission Counseling’s Annual Meeting and Conference begins next week in Boston.
See how moving away from a cookie-cutter approach with the classic presentation platform can help improve your event. Plus: What to do with your webinar audience.
Part of the Entertainment Software Association's long-running videogame industry event, which takes place in Los Angeles each year, will be open to the public for the first time. The approach comes about as game developers have started to favor public-facing expos and competing events have started to crop up.
Want to get your attendees more engaged in sessions at your meetings? Try adding role-playing exercises where they help solve problems affecting them and your association’s industry.
The Association for Talent Development’s 2016 International Conference and Exposition kicks off this weekend in Denver.
At its annual meeting this week, the Warehousing Education and Research Council launched a new program designed to encourage veterans to join the logistics industry, where those with military experience may already have the skills needed to succeed.
One major hotel chain launches a program designed to allow visitors to help make an impact on a local community during their stay. Also: How to keep costs down even when your event's food and drink gets decadent.
Should museums and other cultural institutions be more educational or entertaining? That’s a recent question one blogger posed. And it’s also a question associations should ask about their meetings.
The American Association of Immunologists’ Annual Meeting kicks off in Seattle later this week.
Though its 2017 annual conference is only 11 months away, the American Counseling Association is moving the event from Nashville following the passage of a controversial Tennessee law.