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.
Attendee safety is a top priority for associations, which is why some are hiring conference ombuds to serve as a confidential and neutral resource for participants who want to share concerns.
While an attendee’s experience is typically thought to be the responsibility of the meeting pros who put it together, their managers can also help make their time onsite more valuable. Some ideas for getting managers more involved.
A new Eventbrite report makes the case for embracing experiential marketing tactics in 2020 to grow your audience and get noticed. Here's a look at how it could work.
Attendees take time away from the office and spend money to attend your events. Are you doing everything you can to make them feel appreciated? Five ideas for setting the bar high.
The game show’s tournament of champions was a ratings juggernaut, thanks to its memorable contestants and creative format. It also offered a few ideas when it comes to planning unforgettable events.
The Grant Professionals Association uses a new strategy to ease first-time attendee anxiety.
A strategy for boosting early attendee registration.
This year’s Golden Globes served an entirely plant-based menu for the first time. With more of your attendees going meatless and looking for meetings to have a smaller environmental footprint, should your conference menu be plant-based too?
A new year often brings change. Three ways that association meetings may transform in 2020.