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TO THE POINT

Deborah Sexton
President & CEO
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BEHIND THE SCENES

Michelle Russell
Editor-in-Chief
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  • The New Rules Of Event Photography Now that most attendees have the ability to snap and share photos instantly, the rules to event photography are changing. Here's what you need to know to protect attendees’ privacy, aggregate crowdsourced content, and secure the rights to your multimedia.
  • Go Beyond the Blurb With Your Content Marketing Strategy Conference planners have long relied on written descriptions to sell educational content to potential attendees. But meeting sessions aren't delivered in book format, so why would planners confine their descriptions to text?
  • How One Journalist Created a Conference to Suit Her Needs Kristin Luna, frustrated with the lack of events targeted to her needs as a journalist, decided to start her own technology and media conference — the KEEN Digital Summit.
  • 4 Ways to Prove Your Organization's Worth to Sponsors Across nearly every industry, exhibit-booth footprints are shrinking, presenting an opportunity for strategic partnerships. Just be ready to prove why a sponsor's dollars are well spent on your organization.
  • 3 New Ways to Engage Webinar Attendees Treion Muller and Matthew Murdoch explain how to create more engaging webinars in their book 'The Webinar Manifesto: Never Design, Deliver, or Sell Lousy Webinars Again."
  • How A Little Extra Planning Helped a Meeting Give Back How Wilsonwest's simple group activity transformed into a wellness program at a public school, helping to create a healthier community.
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