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Attendees often go to conferences to network and get to know each other. Associations can help create even deeper connections with art.
The North American Bikeshare Association’s 2019 Conference begins next week in Indianapolis. Attendance is expected exceed 300.
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.
Don’t let attendees forget what they’ve learned at your conferences. Set up a communication strategy that prompts them to take action. Also: Tech disruption is still challenging associations.
Writing an engaging speech is one thing; delivery is another. One speaker weighs in on how to keep listeners tuned in while you’re talking. Also: Nurture your online community to increase growth.
It can be a struggle to determine whether now is the right time to try something new at your meeting, but a few factors could make the case for yes more compelling.
The American Public Human Services Association’s IT Solutions Management for Human Services Conference begins next week in Milwaukee. Attendance is expected to hit 1,500.
While Wi-Fi 6, the next iteration of the widely used wireless protocol, could make things faster, its real benefit will come in the form of decreased device congestion—including at events.
While big-name keynoters and experts can offer lots of insights, it’s also important to give attendees opportunities to engage in peer-to-peer learning at your conferences.