The University Professional & Continuing Education Association’s 104th Annual Conference begins next week in Seattle. Attendance is expected to top 700.
Meeting registration technology is changing. With it comes the need for greater data security. Also: Finding a learning management system fit for your organization.
Leveraging augmented reality at meetings only works when planners understand the tech—but that doesn’t mean they have to be experts. Also: Who wins in the battle between an AMS and CRM?
Convincing prospective attendees to come to your conference is one thing; selling their bosses on it is something else. What can you do to help prospects persuade their managers?
Attendee participation can make or break a meeting. That’s where event tech comes in. Also: The downside of narrative content, plus how to fix it.
The International Nanny Association’s 34th Annual Conference begins next week in New Orleans. Attendance is expected to top 250.
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.
A new report from the software firm Cvent finds that, with the wide array of options at a given meeting, attendees would benefit from a personalized lay of the land.
Learning is an experience that attendees go through at meetings—which means participation is key. Also: International Women’s Day is the perfect reminder to support women in your community.
The global meetings industry is predominantly female. In honor of today’s celebration of the impact women make worldwide, a look at how the meetings industry is doing its part.