Hosting competitions, bowl games, and other type of contests during your annual conference is not just a fun idea but also a chance to highlight the skill and knowledge required of your members.
The American Psychiatric Association’s 2019 Annual Meeting begins this weekend in San Francisco. Attendance is expected to top 15,000.
Name badges are a staple of association conferences. Three elements to keep in mind when designing your next attendee badge.
The Association of Professional Piercers’ 24th Annual Conference & Exposition begins in Las Vegas this weekend. Attendance is expected to top 1,000.
Last week’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner looked different from years past, with less emphasis on celebrity and more on press freedom. Other associations can take some lessons from the event.
The Society of Outdoor Recreation Professionals’ 2019 National Outdoor Recreation Conference begins next week in South Dakota. Attendance is expected to hit 250.
While associations may want to hide from negative feedback related to their events, confronting it and responding creatively can turn dissatisfied attendees into die-hard conference supporters.
The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology’s 2019 Annual Meeting begins this weekend in Vancouver, British Columbia. Attendance is expected to exceed 11,000.
At last week’s Xperience Design Project, participants were reminded that that there’s power in silence and that listening can create memorable moments for both associations and their attendees.
The International Sign Association’s 2019 International Sign Expo begins next week in Las Vegas. Attendance is expected to exceed 20,000.