Meetings in a Minute

Chris Ballman of SmithBucklin suggests that meeting planners mix up their education formats to keep the attention of attendees.

Tracy Stuckrath of thrive! meetings + events shares three simple tips to create diversity and inclusion in your meeting settings as well as F&B programs.

Jim Spellos, president of Meeting U, explains how augmented reality, or AR, is starting to impact the meetings and exhibitions industry.

Ann M. Davidson of Canine Therapy Corps explains why event planners might want to consider using therapy dogs at tradeshows to drive traffic to their booths.

Tracy Stuckrath shares how event planners can eliminate food waste and save money.

Jenine Humber suggests shipping your conference swag back home for convenience.

IACC’s tips for incorporating experiential teambuilding programs in your meetings and events.

Looking for an inspiring food donation teambuilding program? Rick McNary explains why you should consider The Outreach Program for your next meeting.

Sarah Soliman Daudin with Soliman Productions explains how planners can humanize their organizations, members and meetings—and also generate revenue—through visual storytelling.

DAHLIA+ tech evangelist Dahlia El Gazzar explains how event technology and digital marketing technology will collide to impact your meetings and events in 2019.

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