Meeting Trends

By Howard Tiersky

It’s not easy to keep participants engaged in meetings, even when you’re sitting across the table from them. But when everyone is sitting in their individual houses — often with spouses, kids and barking dogs in the next room — it’s even trickier to pull this off. With much of America working from home now, […]

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By Richelle Taylor

There are plenty of opportunities to take advantage of new trends when planning your next event — large
or small.

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By Coastal Communications

More than half of meeting planners look for adventurous teambuilding and networking activities, according to a Destination Hotels meeting trends survey.

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Sexual and Gender Harassment Do Occur at Professional Meetings By Sherry Marts, Ph.D.

Handle incidents decisively and quickly, preferably while at the meeting, to protect the safety of your attendees.

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By David Ahearn, Frank Ford and David Wilk

Whether it finds you in your professional life or your personal life, opportunity is present in each moment of each day.

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By Doug McLain

The biggest and most profitable events in the world all have one thing in common. They have all grown their expansive following by sharing their content beyond the physical audience.

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The digital age has left no industry untouched, and the world of live meetings and events is not an exception.

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And When It Comes to Politics, Stay Neutral! By Gloria Petersen

How a situation is handled, not the incident itself, is the key to a successful result.

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By Karen Kotowski, CAE, CMP

The Convention Industry Council presents the top meeting and event planning trends for the coming year.

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By Susan Magrino and Allyn Magrino

The inaugural Travel Trends Summit issued its outlook for 2017 trends in luxury travel and hospitality.

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