Instead of opening up a meeting to all of your members, would it ever make sense to invite only a select group? Some pros and cons for going that route.
The Middle East Studies Association’s 51st Annual Meeting kicks off in Washington, DC, this weekend. Around 1,900 are expected to attend.
A look at how associations and CVBs are using discounts and partnerships to encourage attendees to take advantage of all a destination has to offer while they’re in town.
The American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene’s Annual Meeting kicks off in Baltimore on Sunday. Around 4,400 are expected to attend.
Research shows that people are living and working longer. This means it’s also likely that you have some meeting attendees who are older. Some implications to consider as you plan and execute events for an aging population.
The American Institute of Chemical Engineers’ Annual Meeting kicks off in Minneapolis on Sunday. Around 7,000 are expected to attend.
A recently released whitepaper looks at how meeting planners can shift the focus of the conversation around events from outcomes to human-centric experiences.
The North American Spine Society’s 32nd Annual Meeting is set to start in Florida next week. Around 3,400 are expected to attend.
Changing leaves, pumpkin carving, apple picking, and pumpkin-spiced everything typically signal that fall is here. A look at how associations and meeting venues are getting in on the spirit.
The Collaborative Family Healthcare Association’s 19th Annual Conference starts in Houston next week. More than 500 attendees are expected.