Michelle Russell, editor in chief of Convene, offers her perspective on the business events industry through stories in the latest issue of the magazine.
According to a new list of the “100 Best Workplaces for Innovators,” events are key to retaining talent and organizational success.
In the wake of the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe. v. Wade, many event organizers find they have another contentious issue to handle.
If you’ve taken on the job of analyzing data from your events, we’d like to help you share the results in a way that provides forward direction for your organization and boosts your profile.
For insights on how stakeholders want to participate in future events, we’re seeking out unusual sources.
Jane Goodall and Bill Gates are hopeful about changing the course of the climate crisis — and the events industry has a big role to play.
The business events industry’s recovery may not be following the straight path that we had hoped, but it is taking shape in other ways.
We were about to sail through an intersection but we never made it to the other side. Last fall, my daughter, Megan, was driving me and her infant daughter to
We have been single-minded in our approach to keeping venues clean and safe for attendees. But we’ve been missing one very important —maybe the most important — thing.
After months of limited in-person social engagement, many in the business events industry are ready to experience real things, places, and spaces. Some organizations are doing just that, even through digital events.
Not being sure about future plans is something Convene editor in chief Michelle Russell has come to embrace during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Business events professionals may not see themselves as creative types, but now, more than ever, that’s who you are.
The pandemic has shifted our work and life priorities. Here are some things we’ve started doing while stuck at home that we plan on sticking with.
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