Toronto-based Meeting Professionals Against Human Trafficking has signed The Code of Conduct for the Protection of Children from Sexual Exploitation in Travel and Tourism.
There’s a lot of gray area in the meetings industry. How does a meeting professional determine what’s acceptable and what’s not? We look at how your colleagues draw the line on everything from freebies to food waste.
A brief thank-you note might not seem like a big deal, but according to Heather Murphy’s recent New York Times article — recipients appreciate notes more than most expect.
Tying the Oscar winner's "two words" back to the business of events.
Meeting planners are in a unique position to help identify and confront human trafficking.
Take our short survey about harassment in the meetings and events industry, responses, and policies.
MedTech Europe's new Code of Ethical Business Practice, which goes into effect on Jan. 1, seems to conflict with ACCME's Standards for Commercial Support. What does that mean for medical conferences — and can it be fixed?
Scientific innovation requires global collaboration, say the co-signers of a letter opposing President Trump's travel ban. 'You shut the door to any particular group of people, and the world may look very different 40 years later.'