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Meetings planners can expect more socialising rather than networking and venue operators better be ready to supply the latest technology to facilitate communication for Generation Y and pimp up the mood in their centres
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 question of how to attract younger event attendees – the so-called millennial generation, generally accepted as those born between the late 1970s and the late 1990s – is one of the great challenges facing international associations.
The goal of most corporate meeting departments is to plan programs that get high marks from attendees and save money in the process. David Rich would like to upgrade that goal by adding a bigger purpose for what you do, a purpose that already guides
To some, the term 'networking' is overused, and even may sound a bit sleazy. We've amplified that by promoting speed networking and boasting about the number of professionals attending our conferences.
Roach, director, meetings and conference management at Securian Financial Group, and Diane Williams, director, meetings and events, with the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions, know well
He’s all about trade show marketing and getting more attendees at your conferences and events. Sam Lippman, president and founder, Lippman Connects, conducts an annual roundtable on attendee acquisition.
A recent blog post from SoolNua Managing Partner Padraic Gilligan, titled the 'The New Paradigms for Destination Marketing' shared links to increasing evidence of the role that DMOs (Destination Marketing Organizations)
In our super hi-tech and super connected IT world, I have always supported the view that virtual meetings through conference calls, video calls, webinars and all the other means we use to communicate can never replace a firm hand-shake and a face-to-