A robust event marketing campaign can be expensive—but you don’t have to have a big budget to succeed. Try these free strategies, from the Event Manager Blog. Also: embracing remote workforce culture.
Hotels are making it easier for guests to work, connect, and explore during their stays. Consider these three examples—and whether you might do something similar for your conference attendees.
The Indoor Air Quality Association’s 2019 Annual Meeting begins this weekend in Atlanta. Attendance is expected to top 1,100.
Legacy rituals and age-old programming will keep your meeting—and organization—from future growth. Improving your conference starts with the right leaders at the helm. Also: Learning programs should be transformational.
Whether in the form of 5G wireless, 10G wired, or via new industry initiatives, associations will be all over this year’s CES, the high-profile electronics show.
More than 95 percent of planners use social media for marketing purposes, according to a recent survey, but underutilize other areas where the technology could shine. Also: The Hollywood Foreign Press Association gives out $2 million in grants to journalism groups.
A number of major conferences and tradeshows taking place in January, including this week’s CES and many scientific conferences, are dealing with the loss of numerous attendees and presenters from the federal government—leading events to quickly switch gears.
The American Meteorological Society’s 2019 Annual Meeting starts in Phoenix this weekend. But thanks to the government shutdown, at least 500 fewer attendees are expected. AMS is preparing for the worst, while hoping for the best.
The Soil Science Society of America’ s 2019 International Annual Meeting begins this weekend in San Diego. Attendance is expected to top 4,000.
The Global Speedrun Association, which manages online events for those who try to beat video games at breakneck speeds, is preparing its first live event—a gaming tournament complete with prizes and fan panels.