Many associations have elevated the traditional role of conference emcee to that of content weaver. A look at one association that’s trying it out this week and some benefits of taking this approach.
The National Rural Water Association’s 2018 WaterPro Conference begins next week in Fort Worth, Texas. Attendance is expected to exceed 1,500.
With Hurricane Florence headed toward the East Coast and other tropical storms and hurricanes brewing, groups are looking to help businesses and residents prepare.
Ask yourself these three questions if you think now’s the right time to say goodbye to paper at one of your association’s upcoming conferences.
The Association of State Dam Safety Officials’ 2018 Annual Conference begins this weekend in Seattle. Close to 1,000 are expected to attend.
While panel presentations, lectures, and small group discussions are staples at conferences, associations that switch things up and introduce new formats can better engage attendees and appeal to different types of learning styles.
The American Society of Nuclear Cardiology’s 23rd Annual Scientific Session begins next week in San Francisco. Attendance is expected to top 1,000.
Just like your first-time attendees, student attendees can often feel overwhelmed and intimidated when they arrive onsite. To ensure they don’t get lost in the shuffle, associations have found success in offering student-specific programming and events.
The Governors Highway Safety Association’s 2018 Annual Meeting begins this weekend in Atlanta. Attendance is expected to top 600.
You want your conference attendees to be focused and productive, but the traditional design of a meeting can often wear them out. Three ways your association can reduce the risk of attendee burnout.