Participants may want more control over their face-to-face conference learning experience, but research indicates that it’s not a great design practice when it comes to online learning. Here’s what works better.
The Women’s March organizers operated in grassroots fashion, but one piece of the preparation felt decidedly more professional: the travel assistance for attendees.
For entrepreneur and speaker Isaac Lidsky, the loss of his sight helped him understand how we use our minds to shape our reality.
During Austin’s South by Southwest Interactive Festival 2016, IBM demonstrated how sensory analytics and personalization can be used to amp up an event.
Sean Patrick King, Director of Sales Engineering discusses INXPO’s latest webcasting product INXPO Studio at PCMA Convening Leaders in Austin, TX.
Whether sparked by conditions related to or completely irrelevant to your event, all event organizers must to be prepared for an active shooter.
After eight years of dedication, Hawaii brought the World Conservation Congress to the US for the first time in the 68 years.
Mark Coe, CEO discusses CTI’s event content management solutions at PCMA Convening Leaders in Austin, TX.
Terence Donnelly, Vice President, Sales discuss Experient’s latest tech breakthrough, eventBit at PCMA Convening Leaders in Austin, TX.
A well-designed event can shave months — or even years — from a sales cycle.
An Austin hotel offers meeting attendees a fun alternative with a whimsical popup “swag shack.”
With Airbnb’s Trips — an innovation that its PR team has dubbed “the biggest news in Airbnb history” — the company offers travelers opportunities to explore the hidden side of destinations.
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