Michelle Russell, editor in chief of Convene, offers her perspective on the business events industry through stories in the latest issue of the magazine.
How convention centers help communities recover in a crisis.
As we come to rely more on artificial intelligence in our everyday lives, we’ll also need to tap more often into our emotional intelligence, like listening to others with empathy.
It’s more important than ever to lead your teams and design your events with empathy
Drawing inspiration from the film that swept the Academy Awards. Or maybe just its title — ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once.’
In this time of “The Great Sorting,” Convening Leaders 2023 speaker Daniel Pink said, we have to figure things out for ourselves. Here are his tips to help us find our way.
Here’s to the one thing that unites all generations of event attendees — feeling like we belong.
We’ve restarted the business events industry without a clear linear roadmap that we had in the past.
Planning for events never seemed as rife with uncertainties — including the climate crisis — as today.
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.
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