September 30, 2014

Meetings Headlines

09-25-2014

Delayed flights, canceled flights and missed connections are the most common travel problems encountered by today’s association executives and other business travelers, according to the GBTA Foundation. Nearly 90 percent of business travelers who experienced problems while traveling, experienced at least one mishap related to air travel.

09-15-2014

Million Dollar Round Table meetings director Raymond J. Kopcinski Sr., CMP (pictured) is tapped to lead Professional Convention Management Association, 3 other officers are all association executives; new board members also association-related; will take helm in January after Convening Leaders meeting

 

09-29-2014

There are 22 categories in which to enter

Meetings Executive Moves

09-15-2014

Chandler Smith, Bob Fulcher, Darren Temple

Meetings News-in-Brief

09-15-2014

International Association of Conference Centers, Global Business Travel Association, Preston Robert Tisch Center for Hospitality, Tourism, and Sports Management

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By Jeff Hurt |  07-16-2014

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

08-20-2014

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.

07-16-2014

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

07-12-2014

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

09-29-2014

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.
 

08-20-2014

Launch takes place at International Platform Association meeting

Association TRENDS