New York City’s Future of StoryTelling Summit explores how cutting-edge technology puts audiences at the center of the action. And asks the question: Isn’t that where meeting participants belong, too?
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Multi-Hub Meetings Combine Convenience of Digital, Camaraderie of Face-to-Face
An emerging model combines the convenience of digital with the camaraderie of face-to-face.
How to Put Remote Attendees in ‘Middle of the Action’
Jennifer Kingen Kush, DES, explains how the Digital Experience Institute creates engagement for online attendees at Convening Leaders LIVE.
Breakout Room of One’s Own: Medical, Scientiﬁc Groups Creating Meeting Spaces
Medical and scientific organizations are creating their own purpose-built conference facilities — both to host their own programs and generate revenue from other groups.
Transforming a Biennial Congress Into an Annual Global Event
With attendance growing, the International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis strategically reshuffled its meetings calendar.
How the International Baking Industry Expo Keeps from Getting Stale
For coal miners, it was a canary that warned of trouble. For the International Baking Industry Exposition (IBIE), it was the Twinkie. When Hostess, the venerable snack food’s parent company, declared
How Face-to-Face Events Address Worldwide Challenges
A chronic societal ill was addressed with remarkable success because one attendee took what he learned at a conference and applied it to his life’s work.
Using Data to Improve Your Event-Marketing Strategy
Three meeting and association professionals share insights on how and what data to collect and how to use it.
What Will the Trump Administration Mean for Meetings?
Convene talked to two industry veterans about what the incoming administration might mean for meetings and events — and got two different views.