Experts weigh in on their favorite, current meeting trends.
Indigenous attendees have a wide range of customs that date back thousands of years, which is why planning meetings for them takes careful consideration.
Here are four things to consider when creating continuing education classes that are geared towards millennials in the meetings industry.
Experts weigh in on how they prepare for the future of meetings.
In her book, “Liespotting,” author Pamela Meyer examines the cues of deception and the telltales of lying, and how they work together to build teams.
In recent years, hundreds of cryptocurrency startups have created their own digital coins looking to get a piece of the virtual finance pie, but will it realistically affect the meetings market anytime soon?
Experts weigh in on the resources they use to plan an event.
Because attendees are sometimes coming from all over the world, it’s safe to say they’ll have different cognitive biases that can pose a challenge to decision-making.
Tristan Harris, a former Google “design ethicist” who recently co-founded the Center for Humane Technology, is shaking up society’s tech obsession.
Groups are always looking for memorable experiences, but as the meetings industry evolves, who's to say what attendees will find memorable?
Here’s how meeting planners can use the five elements of Feng Shui and the colors that represent them to enhance their next event.
Experts weigh in on their post-event regimens.
Here are five additional ways to create a millennial meeting space that will surely engage attendees of all ages.
And now, a few words of wisdom women-to-women from some of the most successful business women of our time.
LGBT Meeting Professionals Association (LGBTMPA) is moving forward with its goal to increase the success of inclusion and diversity in meetings and events.
When it comes to professional growth, research shows that 80 percent of millennials feel there is no replacement for coming together.
Did you ever stop to think about how different languages create different perceptions or cultural biases at meetings?
The same principles used to create live events should be applied for virtual planners whose responsibility is to plan the AI and virtual reality (VR) aspects of meetings.
In this Shakedown, Debra Duneier, president of EcoChi, discusses the concept and addresses why planners should be incorporating nature into their events.
"My No. 1 professional goal for the New Year is to continue to organize our company to make it more profitable and efficient."
Here are five key factors for meeting planners to consider when planning multigenerational meetings.
When American film director John Waters took the stage last year at the Rhode Island School of Design to give what should have been the usual “go get ‘em” commencement speech, the crowd grew quiet with the wrong kind of anticipation.
We have been playing with our senses since birth, and as planners, we sometimes forget the importance of non-verbal contact.
There’s an ancient parable about a wise farmer who went through different trials and tribulations with the same response: “Good or bad? Hard to say.”
Here are nine tips Matthias Schultze, managing director of the German Convention Bureau, suggests for meeting planners looking to make meetings more accessible.