Michelle Russell, editor in chief of Convene, offers her perspective on the business events industry through stories in the latest issue of the magazine.
If medical conferences really boil down to improving patient care, shouldn’t patients have a presence and a voice at them?
How new ways of providing education at events can be a tricky business.
What does it take for a speaker to inspire listeners?
Exploring sexual harassment in the relationships-based business-events industry.
When bad things happen around the world, the business-events industry can do much good.
We took a more far-out view for this issue’s Meetings Industry Forecast. Here’s why.
Welcoming and inclusive events don’t just happen.
To provide attendees with top drinking and dining options in San Diego, the Biotechnology Innovation Organization partnered with Yelp.
And where should you spend it? Velvet Chainsaw’s Dave Lutz on what works and what doesn’t.
Technology can anchor us to our colleagues — and pull us under water.
The incident with United Airlines suggests that we are moving away from what our society needs most — and what face-to-face events should do best.
The way medicine is practiced is changing. To serve the doctor of tomorrow, so must medical education.
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