WADA monitors illegal performance-enhancing drugs in athletics more than just every four years when the Summer Olympics come around.
While President Trump’s travel ban remains hung up in federal court, it already is having an effect on bookings of U.S. cities for international business events.
As robots and artificial intelligence become more commonplace, the conference industry has a bright future, says tech expert Inma Martinez.
When the dean of a new medical school thinks physicians need to take a more team-based approach, what does that mean for medical meetings?
The NCAA is satisfied with North Carolina’s repeal of the bathroom bill. But does it go far enough to satisfy professional event organizers?
The way medicine is practiced is changing. To serve the doctor of tomorrow, so must medical education.
How do you meet expectations in the bicycling capital of the world?
One tactic? “Invite such great people that people feel like they are getting a ton of value just by hanging out and speaking with them.”
How Salesforce pitched a big tent at San Francisco’s Moscone Center.
With always expanding mobile platforms that give meeting attendees the anywhere-anytime ability to compare room rates, where does that leave the room block?
The Association of German Engineers used the World Cafe model to foster cooperation between industries at the Congress for Exchange of Strategies, Innovations, and Solutions.
Small networks, not large organizations, will drive giving in the future.