Cynthia Graddy, meeting planner for the National Dental Association, tackles the challenge of implementing technology seamlessly in her meetings. “My membership is mostly doctors who are 45 to 60 years old,” she says. “It’s been slow—maybe they’re learning more from their grandkids—but it’s working.” One project she’s experimented with is collaborating with a local university to execute a virtual […] Read More

Cynthia Graddy, meeting planner for the National Dental Association, tackles the challenge of implementing technology seamlessly in her meetings. “My membership is mostly doctors who are 45 to 60 years old,” she says. “It’s been slow—maybe they’re learning more from their grandkids—but it’s working.” One project she’s experimented with is collaborating with a local university to execute a virtual […] Read More

Detroit reached a symbolic milestone Wednesday when “America’s Great Comeback City” officially emerged from bankruptcy Wednesday. Read More

Creative job titles are creeping into mainstream business at a slow but steady pace, led mostly by tech startups who have advocates, rock stars, trailblazers, dynamos, geeks and happiness professionals on their payrolls, and now that trend is now making its way into other creative fields like event planning. Read More

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An intriguing email exchange convinced this student to drop out of college and become a professional conference goer. Read More