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“The Power of Conferences: stories of serendipity, innovation, and driving social change”, produced by Business Events Sydney and the University of Technology Sydney, gives undeniable evidence that conferences can, and do, create social change.
The overwhelming majority of associations—87 percent—handle their own event management, and about four out of five associations also tackle their own trade show management. That’s according to a new study released by SmithBucklin, the association and
A study by cloud-based enterprise event management platform Cvent found that millennials in the US value a venue’s cost as most influential, while members of older generations value customer service when sourcing their next meeting location.
Truth be told, we’re beyond the right brain/left brain dichotomy. But it’s still terrific shorthand for describing perspectives and working styles that are guided either by free-flowing imagination or by reality-bound logic.
Whether you think of it in terms of new generational labels or not, the world and your meeting attendees are rapidly changing, and regular check-ins from companies such as brand experience agency FreemanXP
The event planning software company Social Tables and the advocacy group Meetings Mean Business have collaborated with industry experts on a trend report called “The 9 Ways Meetings Will Impact Hotels in 2015.”
Like Smokey the Bear imploring each of us to take care of the forests, Roger Rickard recently implored a group of meeting professionals to join the Meetings Mean Business Coalition to protect the future of the meetings industry.