Major League Baseball teams have started offering Netflix-style ticket subscription packages to boost attendance numbers and attract younger fans to the ballpark. Is it time for associations to consider something similar for their conferences?
The University Professional & Continuing Education Association’s 104th Annual Conference begins next week in Seattle. Attendance is expected to top 700.
Convincing prospective attendees to come to your conference is one thing; selling their bosses on it is something else. What can you do to help prospects persuade their managers?
The International Nanny Association’s 34th Annual Conference begins next week in New Orleans. Attendance is expected to top 250.
The global meetings industry is predominantly female. In honor of today’s celebration of the impact women make worldwide, a look at how the meetings industry is doing its part.
The National Rural Electric Cooperative Association’s 2019 Annual Meeting begins next week in Orlando. Attendance is expected to top 6,000.
It’s no longer enough for meetings to feature networking events that lead to superficial introductions and the simple swapping of business cards. A far better goal: Help attendees build friendships.
The Bank Insurance and Securities Association’s 2019 Annual Conference starts next week in Florida. Attendance is expected to top 700.
New research shows that women and men value different things when they attend exhibitions and conferences. Associations can benefit from those differences if they're thoughtful about it.
The American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry’s 2019 Annual Meeting starts next week in Atlanta. Attendance is expected to exceed 1,000.