The American Association of Law Libraries’ 2019 Annual Meeting & Conference begins this weekend in Washington, DC. Attendance is expected to hit 1,400.
Apps, once a novelty for phone owners, are becoming increasingly integrated in the travel experience—whether the goal of the trip is business or pleasure.
Since today’s attendees expect a more immersive and memorable event experience, the role of a meeting planner has evolved. A look at three new roles that planners must master.
The Western Economic Association International’s 94th Annual Conference begins this week in San Francisco. Attendance is expected to top 2,300.
The group behind the famed Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest has proven effective at drawing press attention on a yearly basis. The secret is in the spectacle, says longtime MC George Shea.
Submissions have historically been used to determine education sessions, but a new emphasis on knowledge curation is taking precedent. Also: Create an engaging meeting website.
New research from Eventsforce shows that more organizations are using event apps, but that there are still challenges when it comes to adoption rates and measuring ROI. A look at how to improve both.
The International Society for Technology in Education’s 2019 Conference begins this weekend in Philadelphia. Attendance is expected to top 16,000.
To celebrate its 150th anniversary, the Professional Photographers of America will re-create iconic imagery from its inaugural year. Also: how Google might be affecting organic searches.
One year after GDPR, many planners are struggling to adhere to the guidelines. Talking with vendors about processes can help. Also: Steer members away from snail mail membership renewals.