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The Next Big Thing In Meetings Analytics – December 15, 2014 Article
Author: Samantha Whitehorne
New technology that can detect a person's mood based solely on speech patterns could provide meeting planners useful insights.

Idea Bank: Hosting A Movie Night for Members – November 21, 2014 Article
Author: Rob Stott
Looking for a new way to bring its members together to network, the Greater Washington Society of CPAs turned to the silver screen.

Meetings and Education Staff: Collaboration a Must for Creative Learning Experiences – November 18, 2014 Members-Only Content
Author: Celeste Smith
At the American Association of Law Libraries, an organization-wide commitment to refreshed learning experiences began with reorganizing meetings and education staff to work more closely together and make collaboration and creativity the new norm.

Protect Your Events From Inclement Weather – November 17, 2014 Article
Make sure your event is covered the next time Mother Nature strikes and follow these tips from insurance pro Eileen Hoffman.

Shaking Up the Meetings Content Model – November 17, 2014 Article
Author: Kristin Clarke
While few associations are totally bailing on the traditional RFP-and-review-committee model to develop conference content, pressure to innovate is building. Many organizations are freeing content planners to venture into new methods of creating the learning experiences that today's attendees demand. The kicker? Sometimes less is more.

Data: The Power of a Venue Going Green – November 17, 2014 Article
New data shows that people would not only be more likely to attend a game or concert if a stadium recycled and composted all the trash left behind, but they'd also be more willing to buy more food and drink

What Attendee Data Can You Share With Exhibitors? – November 04, 2014 Article
Author: Dawn Crowell Murphy
Exhibitors at your conferences want to connect with your attendees before the event, not just onsite. What member information can you share, and when? Keep these four caveats in mind before putting exhibitors in touch with your members.

New Technology to Track Your Meeting Attendees – November 04, 2014 Article
Author: Melanie D.G. Kaplan
A chip in your conference badge that monitors your meeting activity? It might sound a little creepy, but that chip is improving the meeting experience. Many associations are taking advantage of technology such as NFC and RFID and carefully weighing the benefits, risks, and security concerns.

Destination: Minneapolis – November 04, 2014 Article
Author: Samantha Whitehorne
Minnesota's city of many lakes features the state's largest meeting and convention facility, as well as venues that fit every planner's needs and a public transportation system that makes it easy for attendees to explore.

How to Overhaul an Already Successful Meeting – October 21, 2014 Article
Author: Gayle Bennett
Looking to shake things up in a big way at your next meeting? Take a page from the American College of Emergency Physicians. Although ACEP 's annual meeting had been a consistent success, organization leaders made some innovations that have led to even greater success.

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