The National School Transportation Association’s 2018 Annual Meeting and Convention begins this weekend in Philadelphia. Attendance is expected to be 150.
While it’s easy to get caught up in the “what” pieces of event planning, a new report says planners should initially be focused on the “why.” The first question to ask: Why are we having this event?
The Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives’ 2018 Annual Convention begins next week in Iowa. Attendance is expected to top 1,000.
A recent poll from Teneo Hospitality Group reveals that there are a lot of things keeping meeting planners up at night. The top six run cover everything from technology capabilities to data security and dietary requirements.
The International Association for Food Protection’s 2018 Annual Meeting begins next week in Salt Lake City. Attendance is expected to top 3,600.
The Atlantic Falcons’ fan-first pricing model sounded like a crazy idea when it was first announced. But now that it’s bringing in more money than expected, associations may want to consider upending their conference pricing strategy too.
The International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators’ 2018 Conference and Exposition begins this week in Florida. Attendance is expected to top 400.
As more consumer brands move into the events space, associations must consider how they can stand out in an already competitive market. Your event strategy now could make or break your future success.
The Construction Financial Management Association’s 2018 Conference and Exposition starts this weekend in Miami. Attendance is expected to top 900.
NENA: The 9-1-1 Association’s 2018 Conference and Expo starts next week in Nashville. Several thousand are expected to attend.