The Truckload Carriers Association’s 79th Annual Convention starts over the weekend in Nashville. Around 1,300 industry professionals are expected to attend.
A few suggestions for keeping costs down when adding technology to your event. Also: Get basic with your member-recruitment strategies.
The American Burn Association’s 49th Annual Meeting begins next week in Boston. Around 1,500 industry professionals are expected to attend.
Find out how the events industry may be changing in the near future. Also: Here’s what members actually want to hear from you.
The biannual U.S. Championship Cheese Contest, which took place in Wisconsin last week, is a highly technical competition that highlights its home state’s usual home-field advantage on the cheese front.
A recent article showed that the seating and structure of a country’s legislature reveals a lot about culture and how decisions are made. What does it means in terms of seating and room setup at conferences and events?
The 2017 Research Chefs Association’s 2017 Annual Conference and Culinology Expo begins next week in Puerto Rico. Close to 1,200 industry professionals are expected to attend.
Millennials are changing business travel in ways that are unrecognizable to older generations. Also: What associations should know on International Women’s Day.
While crediting the Trump administration for taking a more thoughtful approach with its updated immigration executive order, industry groups in the meetings and travel sectors—including ASAE—emphasized the need for a balance on security and travel issues.
To help attendees fuel up for their afternoon sessions and network at the same time, a number of ASAE partners hosted pop-up events during this week’s Great Ideas Conference. It’s a trend that’s catching on at meetings everywhere.