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Here's how meeting planners can use laughter, mindfulness and edutainment to build more attendee loyalty and interaction at events.
Exactly why do women get paid less than men, and what ways can they negotiate their way to equal pay?
Here’s some insight from the two FUTR Summit events that could be helpful when trying to engage the millennial generation at events.
In this Shakedown, Professor M.S. Rao discusses strategies for women to get into leadership roles and how corporations can better advocate for gender equality in the workplace.
Burning Man is arguably one of the most experiential events put on in the world—and planners should take note of why it gets such a big hype.
Meeting planners weigh in on how they prepare for natural disasters ahead of time.
Sandja Brügmann, founder and CEO of The Passion Institute, shares tips and icebreakers that can bridge the gap between introverts and extroverts.
Meeting planners share the social issues currently having the biggest impact on their meeting planning processes.
Here are four ways to use user-generated content effectively for your next event.
For Type A meeting planners who are choking under pressure or are afraid to make mistakes, you might be interested to know that there’s a name for that.
In this Shakedown, Theresa M. Thomas, SVP for Powered by iJet, offers her expertise on preparing for global risk management.
The first challenge that an introvert faces during networking events is a feeling of dread to even get out the door and attend an event with a lot of people.
In this Shakedown, one meeting planners shares some of her advice on how to accommodate today’s ever-evolving world of contracts.
Planners share their most challenging experiences with contracts.
Live streaming has taken off in recent years, especially among millennials.
Good leaders work to build trust among their employees—but it’s a feeling that can’t be initiated overnight.
Meeting planners share their wishes for working with suppliers.
Kevin Iwamoto continues the security conversation and provides insight into what planners should be preparing for when organizing meetings abroad.
Here are five important tips on how to prepare F&B menus for attendees with food allergies.
Meeting planners share their individual pet peeves from the job.