Designers Work With Meeting Planners to Build for the Future Now By

New expansions incorporate a “trend fusion” of flexible space, new technology, local culture and more.

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Make Everlasting Memories in These Welcoming Destinations By

Where great attractions attract great attendance.

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Trade Show TrendsApril 1, 2016
Novel Ideas and Big Data Emerge to Deliver Impressive Results and Enhanced Experiences By

A fresh approach to the show floor is aimed at Improving exhibitor and sponsor ROI.

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From Honest Abes to 'Dummies,' There's a Convention for Whatever Floats Your Boat By

Here’s a look at some of the events held across the country that unite attendees for reasons that are a little more out of the ordinary.

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Drive-in MeetingsFebruary 1, 2016
Choose These Easy-to-Reach Value Destinations to Get More Mileage Out of Attendance By

Members will be more inclined to attend meetings if they are held in a destination that’s either easy to reach or affordable — or both.

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Tried-and-True Methods to Develop Long-Term, Win-Win Partnerships By

The biggest challenge in finding sponsorships is meeting partner expectations.

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Marketing to MillennialsDecember 1, 2015
Event Engagement Strategies to Win Over the Next Generation of Membership By

The long-term vitality of a trade association and its meetings requires a particular focus on millennials.

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A Game Plan Is Essential to Keep People Safe and Secure By

The challenges of risk management for association planners may be complicated by the independent nature of membership.

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Medical Meeting MeccasDecember 1, 2015
More Cities Build Health Care Hubs to Attract Medical Meetings By

Medical educational opportunities for health care association meetings are expanding throughout the U.S.

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2016 OutlookDecember 1, 2015
Technology, Mobile and Work Force Demographics Will Impact the Meetings Industry By

Industry leaders reflect on the key trends that meeting and convention planners should have on their radar.

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