Corporations Are Hosting and Sponsoring More Events

A new Harvard Business Review report shows that more than half of corporations place more value on face-to-face events than other marketing channels and have upped their event activity. Yet they struggle to quantify their ROI.

by Michelle Russell

Forward Thinking

Who Does Your Association Conference Serve?

Your conference is for professionals — not the elite membership.

by Dave Lutz, CMP


Help Others Help You

Though it can be tough to ask for help at work, many of your colleagues are more willing to pitch in than you think.

by Casey Gale

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Smartphones distract users and those around them. Should speakers ask that they be put away?

Pittsburgh Attracts a Global Audience

The destination is expanding its direct flight offerings around the world.