Conference security remains a priority for planners and attendees, and new technologies are being introduced to meet their needs. Here's a look at three tools worth checking out.
Following high-profile members leaving the Grocery Manufacturers Association over concerns about its advocacy positions, the group is changing its name to the Consumer Brands Association and focusing on consumer needs.
Attention to user experience isn’t just for website development. Membership teams that think like their members and step into their shoes get better retention results. A new guide offers some UX tips and tricks to use during a member’s renewal period.
“Bring your own device” has been an enterprise mainstay for years, despite its various end-user weaknesses. But a new iOS feature from Apple could make it easier to balance business and pleasure.
Accelerating change is putting more pressure on boards to be alert to disruption and respond quickly to it. A new study suggests how they can do that work.
Attendees often go to conferences to network and get to know each other. Associations can help create even deeper connections with art.
With many industries facing a shortage of workers and a skills gap, associations can play a critical role in addressing workforce development.
Climate change impacts are causing many associations to push harder on sustainability. At this year’s IMEX America in Las Vegas, sustainability was a focal point for attendee education and engagement.
Fake traffic is growing more sophisticated than ever, and that could be bad news both for your analytics and your advertisers. Here are a few starting points for limiting the impact of traffic fakery.
Leaders are encouraged to deliver feedback when they should dispense advice, researchers say. The hard part: being the kind of leader people trust to come to for advice.