Articles for ‘Associations’

The Event Planner’s Guide to Testing Your Abstract Management System

Published by Matt Larson

 

Planning an event where you will have speakers is no easy task. Even just thinking about the hundreds of “hidden” tasks that need to be completed may cause your

The Next “Big Thing” in Training Technology | Dan’s Corner

Published by Dan Loomis


This June marks my 29th year at Omnipress. These anniversaries always serve as fresh reminders of how much training technology has changed over the years. Back when I started,

The Lesson from ASAE’s Xperience Design Project? Focus on the Micro-Moments

Published by Tracy Grzybowski

Last week, three members of the Omnipress team had the privilege of participating in the launch of ASAE’s newest conference, Xperience Design Project (XDP). Leading up to the conference, we

The One Word Solution To Avoid Mission Drift | Omnipresence

Published by Jonny Popp

As a company with technology at its core, we are always keeping an eye on the big picture trends. Over the past few years, one trend that continues to pick

Dan’s Corner | Important Things to Consider When Designing A Training Program

Published by Dan Loomis

Kirk Sundling, Director of Training Development at International Food Protection Training Institute talked to Omnipress about some of the challenges that arise when designing a training program.

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Infographic: Promote Your Event With Conference Content Marketing

Published by Matt Larson

Whether it’s before, during or after your event, social media is a great tool to use to promote your conference and engage attendees. And one of the most effective ways

Omnipresence | Create Conference Sponsorship Opportunities That Benefit Everyone

Published by Jonny Popp

Associations often rely on their annual conference to be a source of non-dues revenue for the year. So it’s no surprise they are determined to make smart budgeting decisions for