Webinar: Neuroscaping your Event: How to Optimize Experiences with Science

How can the latest research in neuroscience, psychology and data sciences be used to improve engagement, connection and outcomes in event and experience design? This webinar will explore how Neuroscaping applies these scientific disciplines to optimize events, learning, and human interactions. Uncover why it is critical to approach events & communications with greater insight into the human mind.

Webinar: Events as a Powerful Catalyst for Richer Intergenerational Dialogue

As event organizers focus more attention on growing Millennial and Gen Z attendance, the pendulum might be swinging too far. In this webinar, we will examine steps you can take to foster richer intergenerational exchanges to solve industry challenges, while growing attendance and loyalty across all generations.

Global Wellness Summit Looks to Fight Jet Lag

The event has partnered with the Timeshifter jet lag app, developed with scientists and based on sleep and circadian neuroscience research, to help attendees at its upcoming October conference in Singapore arrive well-rested. (MeetingSpotlight)

Webinar: Balancing Educational Content & Fulfilling Sponsor Expectations

This session will identify ways to fulfill both of these needs by positioning your educational program to better meet the needs of corporate sponsors. A case study will feature an association that has created a successful sponsorship program with its digital educational content.

Are Publishing Trade Shows Disability-Friendly?

Many attendees cited mobility — though some mentioned chronic pain, hearing, and low vision — as affecting their comfort at publishing industry trade shows and conferences. (Publishers Weekly)

AEA Meeting Bans Hotel Room Interviews at Meeting

 In an effort to create a policy to prevent sexual harassment, the American Economics Association has announced a ban on meetings in hotel rooms during its upcoming annual meeting in San Diego. Registrants booking a room through the block will be required to check a box indicating they will not be used for interviews. (Forbes)

When Healthy Conference Foods Go Wrong

Around 64% of meeting organizers say their meetings are now somewhat healthy, according to new research — but sometimes those healthy foods can go very, very wrong. (Corporate Event News)