Lighting pros make an event designer’s job easier when they collaborate effectively, using tricks to transform any venue into something unforgettable.
As you compare AV quotes, take a few minutes to ask yourself these three easy questions for selecting the best provider.
Events must balance offline and online interaction to keep attendees engaged and interested both in person and digitally.
Gain valuable feedback, streamline your planning process and enhance the attendee experience by huddling up post-event for a team debrief.
Debi Tengler of Arrow Child & Family Ministries shares actionable ways event managers can help combat this national crisis.
Andy Stanley shares five ways to up your leadership skills in this moment, so your team only has great things to say about you.
A new survey from Hilton Worldwide offers suggestions for defeating the dreaded afternoon slump at meetings and conventions.
In today’s global village, it’s likely one of your events will involve attendees or presenters who don’t speak English.
These five easy, low-cost tips for meeting planners can save lives in the event of an armed attack or other emergency.
Finding the right mix of speakers and educational programs can be challenging for a global event. Here are 10 do's and don'ts for how to do it effectively.
Social influencers are becoming an integral part of a successful event communications plan or brand marketing strategy.
Accommodating a wide range of attendees' dietary restrictions doesn’t have to be as complicated or expensive as you think.
Whether you're just "dating" or looking to "go steady," consider this handy checklist a guide to finding the right match in a planning partner.
A meeting planner shares do's and don'ts on how to be an attendee when you’re used to being on the other side of events.
Seasoned meeting planners share pack hacks—tips for saving time, energy and money getting gear to your next conference.
Working smarter, not harder, isn’t a dream, it’s a reality—especially for planners who have to budget time wisely.
Sarah Johnson, director of food and beverage at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, offers her advice for crafting an expert menu of food and
Negate the wait. Taking steps to manage your downtime while traveling on business helps maximize your productivity. Here, four tips for capitalizing on
AV expert Mike Stengel of global event technology company PSAV shares his answers to the top 10 FAQs among meeting planners.
Ensure ROI for exhibitors with these three tips from the National Athletic Directors Conference.
Want to add star power to your conference? Many celebrity chefs negotiate potential events through agents or hospitality marketing companies.
FAM trips are meant to make the guest want to book future events in the destinations, but if they aren’t executed well, they can have the opposite effect.
Five tips to successfully utilize live cooking demonstrations at your events.
Tracy Stuckrath breaks down the most common dietary requests and provide tips to manage them.
Make sure every attendee has the same experience by being aware of and preparing for those with special needs, including those who are deaf or hard of
Avoid a Wi-Fi failure by going through by asking these questions during a pre-event inspection.
Telling your boss, manager and team that you've decided it's time to quit can be daunting. Here's a guide on how to quit your job gracefully.
Your event needs a crisis management plan that lays out effective communications for a variety of scenarios.
When association planners have a strategic negotiations plan, they can add more value to their meeting and their organization's bottom line.
Networking is hard. Some extroverts can work a room, but for the majority of people, it can be extremely difficult to break into a conversation. Here,
IEEE's David Stankiewicz answers a few key questions about how he's used Google+ Hangouts to create successful online events.
Raquel “Rocky” Dufauchard Baptiste, CMP, of the New Orleans CVB discusses how a DMO can be a valuable resource for corporate planners.
Planners can use Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms to attract diverse attendees.
Use your collective voices to communicate and collaborate on the important values live events have on the growth and development of society. Here's how.
As hashtags have become a staple of successful events, it’s no longer enough to simply create hashtags—you also need to measure them.
Imagine if you could receive feedback in real time, having the luxury of making adjustments to enhance participants’ experience and deal with distractions