Debi Tengler of Arrow Child & Family Ministries is called to make a difference for kids and families, and events can partner with the org when meeting
One planner helps attendees see the forest for the trees by organizing an annual conference in Grand Teton National Park, just in time for the National
Attendees at Rejuvenate Marketplace asked for takeaways we gathered in Jason Zook's "Creative Conversation: Self-Branding and Marketing" session. Here,
Multicultural worship music serves to acknowledge and welcome participants who may have a wide array of backgrounds, or who may have traveled a great distance
Often the best musical moments happen when people follow the plan, but are also open to organic moments and can accommodate the unplanned.
It’s not easy being green. Just ask the David L. Lawrence Convention Center staff, who sort post-con debris to divert reusable material from landfills.
To continue developing relationships long after the event, you need a strategic plan for mobile engagement.
To tell the story of a conference, a planner must first define who they are, what they want and how to take action.
The non-professional speaker doesn’t have to be an unprofessional one if you ask the right questions.
Erin Burton talks about what makers her work meaningful, how she's making a difference and why it's all worth it.
Connect speaker Brandt Krueger reviews the most important features any event app should include.
Historic Sante Fe continues to evolve as a sought-after meeting destination in New Mexico, but it isn't the state's only city with southwestern charm.
New trends in technology, F&B and event experiences point to big things for the meetings and event industry as it enters 2018.
Exploring meeting venues at colleges and universities may be the smartest move you make when planning your next conference.
Learn how the events industry can help as Debi Tengler gives actionable ways planners can assist in fighting this national crisis.