June 2011 Features
Attendees at the National Middle School Association’s 37th annual conference Baltimore learned the value of believing in oneself.
by Kevin Woo
How OpenWorld—an annual event begun in 1996 to allow Oracle a two-way communication with its user community—has morphed into a massive user conference.
by Ilona Kauremszky
Increased regulation of medical and pharma meetings and events are driving greater attention to the intended message.
by Elaine Pofeldt
Striving to be Europeʼs beacon 21st-century city, both politically and technologically, Berlin, Germany, was an ideal location for the maiden Cognitive Cities 2011 event in February.
by Robert Cotter
MPI's 2011 World Education Congress—July 23-26 in Orlando—promises more face time and brain time for industry pros.
by Michael Pinchera
Mason Florence's goal is to put the Mekong region on the map.
by Lara Dutson
How to incrementally implement a strategic meetings management program.
by Dalia Fahmy
The 13th KEM International Franchise Exhibition in Athens, Greece, had quite a task to promote a promising business model in these difficult economic times.
by Artemis Skordili
The Caribbean’s doorstep proximity means less time out of the office for key executives, reduced jetlag and reliable and stable business environments.
by Allan Lynch
Hotel provides CSR project guidelines for planners who want inspiring events.
by Jessie States
PETA Senior Campaigner Ashley Byrne has animal magnetism.
by Jessie States
A look at several important books (current and past) that are addressing changes in business regarding human capital.
by Robert Steele
Flex your social media might and streamline the process of creating simple onsite digital event newspapers.
by Ryan Singel