Still trending upward, but at a slower pace than last year.
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Behind the Scenes: Annual Review
How the meetings industry performed over the last decade.
How the Digital Experience Institute Streamed PCMA Convening Leaders 2017 All Over the Globe
The broadcast offered live coverage of PCMA Convening Leaders 2017 to a far-flung remote audience.
Social Graces: What to Share (and Not Share) on Social Media
What you need to know to maintain a professional presence online.
How the American Planning Association Keeps Its Annual Conference Fresh
New experiences are on the agenda when the APA meets in New York City.
The National Association of EMS Physicians Keeps Its Meeting in the Moment
Designing seating plans for attendees who would rather stay on their feet.
Roberta Odebrecht, Account Director, K.I.T. Group
‘Always keep a keen eye out for new opportunities.’
7 Ways to a Better Call for Content
Here’s how to improve your call-for-speakers or call-for-sessions process.
EnventU brings event planning to disadvantaged high-school students.
CES’s First-Ever Wearable Technology Summit
A new program at the Consumer Electronics Show explores the potential of wearable devices.
The National Association of Realtors creates an engaging online experience with the help of experts — its own attendees.
The Optical Society’s Incubator program fills a niche by creating meetings for new and emerging topics.
How Meetings and Events Can Leverage Personalization
Creating customized experiences for your attendees makes your event more meaningful to them.
Through the Looking Glasses
James H. Gilmore’s ‘Look’ is a guide for seeing the world differently.
Inside Biofabricate, Where Fabric is Created From Life
Inside Biofabricate, where designers use biological materials to make clothing, utensils, electronics, and more.
One Size Doesn’t Fit All
Attendees want to customize their experiences.
What the Travel Ban Could Mean for Scientific Meetings
Scientific innovation requires global collaboration, say the co-signers of a letter opposing President Trump’s travel ban. ‘You shut the door to any particular group of people, and the world may look very different 40 years later.’