With meeting planners unable to travel for site visits and tours, more of these face-to-face processes are moving online. Here's how some destinations and hotels are making it happen.
Taking your conference virtual doesn’t mean you have to lose the networking and interaction that occurs at your in-person events. Five ideas for building better online engagement.
After CoreNet Global postponed its Global Summit in Singapore due to coronavirus, the association created a free virtual summit. With a successful meeting behind them, CoreNet's CEO shares some advice for those wanting to host a virtual event of their own.
As more events go virtual, it’s important that you give staff, attendees, speakers, and exhibitors the information and training they need to be confident in the space. A few ideas for getting it done.
With coronavirus causing many groups to rethink face-to-face meeting plans, some have turned to virtual offerings as way to deliver the education their attendees need.
Post-event attendee evaluations can reveal where your conference hit it out of the park and where it struck out. But do they go far enough? A few possibilities for digging deeper.
Monday’s Main Stage speakers encouraged attendees to think differently about failure, confidence, and data as a way to position themselves and their organizations as better leaders.
At ASAE’s 2020 Great Ideas Conference on Sunday, the two Main Stage Speakers pushed association leaders to prioritize diversity to create better workplaces and foster creative decision-making.
As concern about the coronavirus grows, the World Health Organization recently released a report with recommendations about keeping attendees safe at large events.
A lot of thought and time goes into curating speakers and sessions for association conferences. But would curating your audience also have a benefit? A look at some possibilities.