August 31, 2014

Meetings Headlines


Appealing to young professionals is a growing priority for event organizers, but using the same approaches that satisfied the needs of baby boomers might not work. The Center for Exhibition Industry Research has released a report to answer this concern.


Launch takes place at International Platform Association meeting


Association TRENDS is now accepting nominations for the TRENDS 2014 Leading Association Lobbyists. This distinction is meant for an on-staff lobbyist of an association that is eligible to lobby, or a lobbyist who is hired to represent such an organization, such as a member of a lobbying firm or an independent lobbyist.

Meetings Executive Moves


Matt Rhodes, American Hotel & Lodging Association, Brad GIllen, CTIA--The Wireless Association

Meetings News-in-Brief


International Association of Exhibitions and Events, International Trade Administration, Anaheim/Orange Country (Calif.) Visitor & Convention Bureau, Visit Baltimore, San Antonio (Texas) CVB, Reed Travel Exhibitions, IBTM America 2015, Jaime Rosov, Michael J. Lyons

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By Jeff Hurt |  07-16-2014

It changes how you invest in their conference experience and create new value

By Donna Tschiffely |  06-18-2014

It all still nets down to value. At the 13th annual Exhibition & Conventions Executives Forum, founded and produced by Sam Lippman (left), a consistent theme throughout the day was that it’s not the strongest or the most intelligent who will succeed but those who can best manage change.


U.S.-generated business travel spending is expected to increase 6.8 percent


Hires program’s principal instructor after former association ceased operations


More from the recent ASAE 2014 Marketing, Membership and Communications Conference

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