The Association for Supply Chain Management’s annual conference, ASCM 2019, begins next week in Las Vegas. Attendance is expected to exceed 2,000.
The Partnership on AI has released a policy paper recommending legal measures—including new visa laws—that would allow experts in the artificial intelligence field to more easily travel to in-person meetings.
Feeling stuck on how to switch up this year’s conference? Try this way of thinking. Also: how to strengthen communication as a remote employee.
Some of your attendees will be early birds, while others will be late risers. Is there a way to accommodate both groups’ learning preferences, and what does it mean for your association?
The National Association of Specialty Pharmacy’s 7th Annual Meeting & Expo begins next week in Washington, DC. Attendance is expected to top 1,200.
As part of an effort to make economics a more welcoming field for women, the American Economic Association has adopted a new rule barring employers from interviewing job candidates in hotel rooms at AEA events—previously a common practice.
Printed programs have long been a staple of association conferences, but with rising costs and the want to go green and digital, some groups are eliminating them entirely. A look at how to make a case for doing so.
The co-located 2019 Annual Conference for the Association of Zoos and Aquariums and the International Marine Animal Trainer’s Association starts September 7 in New Orleans. Attendance is expected to top 3,000.
Protesting Fox News anchors' on-air rhetoric against immigrants, the National Association of Hispanic Journalists will return its share of a $50,000 package of conference sponsorships purchased by the network.
While associations strive to give each conference attendee a personalized experience, what can you do to support staff groups who come to your events? A few ideas to get you started.