Articles for ‘Abstract Management’

How to Improve Your Conference Sessions (and Create Happy Attendees)

Published by Matt Larson

“What an educational experience!”

“I enjoyed every session I attended.”

“The speakers did a great job.”

This is the kind of feedback that makes the months of planning worthwhile.

Every

Best of the Blog 2016: Using Conference Content Effectively

Published by Matt Larson

(Editor’s Note: Throughout the month, we’ll be highlighting the most popular posts from 2016)

If there is one topic you can expect to learn about by reading the Omnipress blog,

Best of the Blog 2016: The Most Popular Infographics

Published by Matt Larson

(Editor’s Note: Throughout the month, we’ll be highlighting the most popular blog posts from 2016.)

Infographics were some of the best performing posts on the Omnipress blog in 2016. (An

Why You Need to Recruit Others to Help in Your Conference Planning

Published by Matt Larson

No detail is too small when it comes to planning your conference, and that attention to detail includes your abstract management system. One of the benefits that an abstract management

How to Collect High-quality Conference Content with SMART Goals [Infographic]

Published by Matt Larson

Attendees come to your conference to learn. So having high-quality educational program content is crucial to having a successful conference. If only it were that easy. Sourcing the best material

[Video] 10 Simple Tips for Collecting High-Quality Conference Content

Published by Matt Larson

Managing the collection and review process is the single greatest challenge meeting professionals face when it comes to conference content. That’s what you told us in the 2016 State of

Overcome the Top Conference Content Challenge

Published by Matt Larson

There are few careers that oversee as much coordination as an event professional. Having to rely on venue staff, caterers, A/V providers, etc. can feel like you are often putting