The Association for Jewish Studies’ 49th Annual Conference begins next week in Washington, DC. More than 1,100 attendees are expected.
Major hotel brands are opening innovation labs to allow guests, partners, and employees to test out products and features before they're officially launched. Should your association use one of its conferences to do the same?
The Society for Risk Analysis’ 2017 Annual Meeting is set to start in Arlington, Virginia, next week. Attendance is expected to exceed 800.
The National Restaurant Association’s annual What’s Hot forecast, done with the help of the American Culinary Federation, suggests offbeat doughnuts are on the way in and fancy cheeses are on the way out.
You can’t rely on your most loyal attendees forever. Now’s the time to think about how to get new attendees registered and onsite.
The National Legal Aid and Defender Association’s 2017 Annual Conference begins in Washington, DC, next week. Attendance is expected to exceed 700.
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A company known for helping people organize events was just acquired by a company known for its buzzy approach to workspaces. The merger underlines the fact that local events are big business, too.
One of the biggest challenges event professionals face is figuring out how to keep the attention of people who are always staring at their smartphones. Also: Rethink the way you take feedback to become more effective.
If you’re on the road too much, you might find yourself gaining weight, dealing with higher blood pressure, or fighting off illnesses, according to health experts. However, the depth of the problem isn’t clear due to a relative lack of research.