We’re beaming in some ringers for this year’s Meetings Industry Forecast: professional science-fiction authors whose job is to figure out how the world — not to mention the universe — might change.
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Sustainability, Innovation and More at The European Ecovillage Conference
At this year’s European Ecovillage Conference, attendees explored workshops on redesigning social systems, made DIY tech tools, and learned more about getting involved in the ecovillage community.
Columbus: Smart, Inclusive, and Full of Surprises
From interactive sculptures to historic public markets, Columbus’ warmth and inclusivity makes it easy to relax and have a good time.
How the National Urban League Provides Minority Entrepreneurs With New Opportunities
A “Shark Tank”-style pitch fest is just one way the National Urban League uses a one-day summit to help minority-owned small businesses overcome obstacles.
Do You Have an Attendee Succession-Plan Strategy?
Will Millennials be joiners and conveners? Will your organization accumulate comparable lifetime customer value from next-generation members as it did from loyal Boomers?
How CONEXPO-CON/AGG Used Technology to Build an Unforgettable Experience
What will tomorrow bring for the construction industry? The Association of Equipment Manufacturers isn’t waiting around to find out.
How to Create a Company Culture That Matters to Millennials
“Millennials don’t just want a job and a paycheck,” according to entrepreneur Piyush Patel.
Swoogo’s Leonora Valvo on Standarizing Data, and Why Meeting Planners Should Pay Attention
‘Cleaning up data is the worst part of data analytics.’
Rotary International Tells Immersive Story with VR ‘Empathy Machines’
Rotary International wanted to give attendees a unique glimpse into the organization’s efforts to eradicate polio and establish peace. So they created a massive simultaneous virtual-reality viewing experience.