It can be a struggle to determine whether now is the right time to try something new at your meeting, but a few factors could make the case for yes more compelling.
The American Public Human Services Association’s IT Solutions Management for Human Services Conference begins next week in Milwaukee. Attendance is expected to hit 1,500.
While big-name keynoters and experts can offer lots of insights, it’s also important to give attendees opportunities to engage in peer-to-peer learning at your conferences.
The Association for Supply Chain Management’s annual conference, ASCM 2019, begins next week in Las Vegas. Attendance is expected to exceed 2,000.
Some of your attendees will be early birds, while others will be late risers. Is there a way to accommodate both groups’ learning preferences, and what does it mean for your association?
The National Association of Specialty Pharmacy’s 7th Annual Meeting & Expo begins next week in Washington, DC. Attendance is expected to top 1,200.
Printed programs have long been a staple of association conferences, but with rising costs and the want to go green and digital, some groups are eliminating them entirely. A look at how to make a case for doing so.
The co-located 2019 Annual Conference for the Association of Zoos and Aquariums and the International Marine Animal Trainer’s Association starts September 7 in New Orleans. Attendance is expected to top 3,000.
While associations strive to give each conference attendee a personalized experience, what can you do to support staff groups who come to your events? A few ideas to get you started.
The Western Arts Alliance’s 2019 Annual Conference starts next week. Attendance is expected to top 700.