Consumer-technology companies like Microsoft, Google, and Adobe often employ inclusive design to ensure that all people can use their products. Similar elements can also be used in planning and executing conferences.
The NYSCATE Annual Conference begins this weekend in Rochester, New York. Attendance is expected to top 1,500.
Even if your annual conference has been successful for the past three or four decades, it could have also lost some of its excitement factor. A few ideas for getting attendees and your staffers buzzing about a longstanding event.
The 2018 Fall Owners Leadership Conference, held by the Construction Owners Association of America, begins next week in La Jolla, California. Attendance is expected to top 250.
Associations often theme their conferences to provide direction to those submitting sessions proposals. But one group recently announced it will drop its theme in 2020 to create a more inclusive event. How do you determine the right approach?
The 2018 International Annual Meeting of the American Society of Agronomy, the Crop Science Society of America, and the Canadian Society of Agronomy begins this weekend in Baltimore. About 2,500 are expected to attend.
If you’re launching a new meeting, it should not be all about making it your biggest one yet. Why it could benefit your association and attendees to go smaller.
The 2018 joint meeting of the American Musicological Society and Society for Music Theory begins next week in San Antonio. Attendance is expected to top 2,100.
Your industry’s young professionals are looking to learn and grow. To serve that interest, your association needs to offer education that appeals not only to them, but also to their managers—who may have the last word on whether they attend.
The 2018 National Parking Association Convention &Expo begins next week in Las Vegas. Attendance is expected to top 1,500.