The Association Urological Association’s 2018 Annual Meeting begins this week in San Francisco. Attendance is expected to exceed 16,000.
Most attendees come to your conferences to network. But if your networking options are feeling stale, take a cue from what some of your association peers have implemented recently.
The Association Foundation Group’s 16th Annual National Conference takes place next week in Washington, DC. Around 150 are expected to attend.
Major hotel brands are phasing out mini toiletry bottles for larger pump bottles. Also: Beth’s Blog shares helpful tips for creating a happier and healthier workplace culture.
A new report from American Express Global Business Travel found that U.S. employees had a better understanding of employers’ rules for business travel than counterparts in other countries and were less likely to “go rogue.” Americans, however, remained concerned about work-life balance and disliked it when employers appeared to be checking in too aggressively.
Meetings Today shares lessons event pros learned the hard way for finding and managing speakers. Also: In an interview, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s psychologist mom touts the power of associations.
Make the most of your trade show experience by asking vendors these insightful questions. Also: Are you stuck in a career rut? Fast Company shares a few prompts that might help you get out of it.
Last weekend’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner has generated a lot of conversation and debate. But, for associations, it’s a good reminder that your members and mission should be number-one when it comes to events.
The American Alliance of Museums’ 2018 Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo begins this weekend in Phoenix. More than 5,000 are expected to attend.
Don't let fresh ideas and valuable insights be forgotten. The Event Manager Blog shares a bunch of ways to increase learning retention. Also: How to use social media to connect emotionally with your community.