Articles Tagged ‘Conferences’

3 Ways to Protect Your Online Content

Published by Gina Wentling

Your association’s online content is valuable, and access to it is a privilege of members, attendees of the annual meeting, or those who have paid to view the information. That’s

Optimize Your Conference Print Process with These 5 Tips

Published by Gina Wentling

Printing materials for your association’s annual meeting is one of the last pieces to fall into place. And it’s not for lack of planning—it’s a necessity. Speakers are notorious for

2016 Conference Industry Report: The Print Conflict

Published by Gina Wentling

We surveyed 151 association professionals about the current and future state of conference content. Over the past few weeks, we’ve shared the results on the blog and on social media.

Groundhog Day: Abstract Management, Repetition, & Abstract Management

Published by Gina Wentling

For many people, Groundhog Day conjures up memories of the popular Bill Murray/Andie MacDowell movie. A recap for those who have forgotten the plot: Phil is a weatherman reporting from

OmniPresence: Why 2016 Is Going to Be an Exciting Year

Published by Tracy Gundert

Happy New Year! Are you looking forward to 2016? I am! We’re almost a month in, and I think the future looks bright for associations and conference planners.

Why? Because

2016 Conference Industry Report [Infographic]

Published by Gina Wentling

If you haven’t had a chance to read our 2016 Conference Industry Report, take a look at this infographic. We’ve extracted a few key figures to summarize the results. Do

2016 Report: Managing Content Collection Top Challenge for Conference Planners

Published by Tracy Grzybowski

In an earlier post, we discussed the first key insight from our 2016 Conference Industry Report: The Evolving Shape of Conference Content: associations report their attendees want them to