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Why Robots May Be Your Next Meeting Attendees  – July 27, 2015 Article
Author: Samantha Whitehorne
If you're looking to make your meeting more accessible to attendees and speakers who are unable to attend for some reason, you may want to consider bringing in a robot.

Savvy Event Marketing Strategies  – July 27, 2015 Article
Take your event marketing to the next level with these insider tips on current trends and best practices.

Destination: Charleston, South Carolina  – July 20, 2015 Article
Author: Samantha Whitehorne
A convenient convention center, myriad waterfront venues, and delicious and plentiful food options make South Carolina's oldest city the total package for your next meeting on any size.

Why You Should Book Your Meeting in a Smaller City  – July 13, 2015 Article
Author: Melanie D.G. Kaplan
Not every city has the built-in appeal of major meeting destinations like Chicago or San Francisco. But competition for conference business is heating up as cities nationwide have invested heavily in the infrastructure necessary for top-notch meeting experiences. Why would you book your meeting in a place like Pittsburgh or Detroit or Reno? You might be surprised.

A 5-Step Process for Collecting Intelligent Annual Meeting Data  – June 29, 2015 Members-Only Content
Author: Kathy Benson and K.C. Hopson
Annual meetings often generate a large portion of associations' revenue, so why not take advantage of these events and tap them for actionable data and insights. Not sure how? Here are a handful of steps to help.

10 Ways Meeting Planners Can Get Maximum Value from Hired Speakers  – June 29, 2015 Members-Only Content
Author: Dean Savoca
There's pressure for meeting planners to hire great speakers and for speakers to deliver amazing presentations. To make both happen, one experienced speaker offers tips on how planners can get the most from their presenters.

Use the Power of Conversation to Enhance Learning  – June 15, 2015 Members-Only Content
Author: Christine Umbrell
Increased interaction among education participants and leaders can lead to enhanced knowledge retention. Learn the three levels of conversation and how you can guide subject matter experts toward better conversation facilitation.

Idea Bank: One-Hour Problem Solving  – June 08, 2015 Article
Author: Rob Stott
For one session at CoreNet Global's Summit, attendees brought real-world examples of problems they were facing at their organization. They were broken into groups and given 60 minutes to find a solution.

Should Speakers Pay Conference Registration Fees?  – June 01, 2015 Members-Only Content
Author: Samantha Whitehorne
Covering registration fees for your meeting's speakers is a nice idea, especially if they're volunteering their time and ponying up their own travel expenses, but it can prove costly for associations. Here's some ideas on how to make it work.

Getting Better Data From Your Learning Events  – May 14, 2015 **** Members-Only Content
Author: Christine Umbrell
Throw out your current education session evaluation sheets and replace them with improved forms to capture more useful feedback.