The game show’s tournament of champions was a ratings juggernaut, thanks to its memorable contestants and creative format. It also offered a few ideas when it comes to planning unforgettable events.
What you can do to get your conference speakers ready. Also: Don’t ignore your social mentions; learn how to answer them.
How event professionals can maximize their time as event attendees. Also: Tips to boost your email marketing efforts.
The Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board has found an unexpected spokesperson—punk rock icon Henry Rollins. Also: what your organization can do to stay relevant.
This year’s Golden Globes served an entirely plant-based menu for the first time. With more of your attendees going meatless and looking for meetings to have a smaller environmental footprint, should your conference menu be plant-based too?
Use event crowdsourcing to create your meeting agenda. Also: How to recruit top talent to your organization.
A new year often brings change. Three ways that association meetings may transform in 2020.
A study analyzing speakers at thousands of events since 2013 found a small improvement in the representation of women compared to last year's study. But not enough: Almost two-thirds of conference presenters are still men.
You want to make sure every attendee has the best experience possible, and that may mean rethinking how you’ve done everything from registration to captioning. A look at three associations taking the lead on creating more inclusive meetings.
Alison Roman knows how to create a memorable meal. Some of the lessons she’s acquired from having people over for dinner and publishing bestselling cookbooks can also be applied to meeting planning.