How the biggest UK and global associations are using meetings and events to develop their organisations, covering conferences, training and membership.
Worldspan is providing PCO services for the Association of Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) congress 2014, which is taking place in Milan for 3,550 delegates.
Dubai is to host the 2015 International Dragon Award (IDA) meeting after winning a two-year-long bid.
Market research association ESOMAR will host its flagship congress in Nice, France in September, with brands including AOL, BBC, Coca-Cola and Unilever set to attend.
More than 3,500 delegates are attending the International Horticultural Congress' 'World Olympics of Horticulture' this week in Brisbane, Australia.
Leeds Metropolitan University has been appointed to provide content for MPI UK & Ireland's first CMP boot camp, which will take place at Excel London from 23-24 September.
ACC Liverpool has boosted its in-house production offering for corporate events with a £250,000 investment in technical equipment and five new appointments to its production team.
More than half (59%) of European event planners are expecting budget growth in the next year, according to MPI's latest Meetings Outlook report.
Compliance will remain a key issue for the events industry in 2015, according to a new report published by Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT) and the GBTA Foundation.
Mark Felstead has left Axica after seven years to join PCO K.I.T Group in Berlin.
Dublin is to host three international conferences with a potential revenue boost of almost €8 million.
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The Alzheimer's Disease International overcame political unrest in November to stage its first conference in the region
Engaging delegates, exhibitors and sponsors with Amy Ledoux of the American Society of Association Executives.
An organ transplant society highlights its cause with a sporting contest for patients alongside its annual conference.
Brian Smith discusses the association's events, revenue-generating services and his favourite conference venues
Top tips on funding online learning
After winning gold at the recent E-learning awards, the British Psychological Society's Ian Jeal reveals what makes a successful online learning programme
When the European Registrars Conference came to Edinburgh, it used Twitter for the first time - and with spectacular results.
Using current members as ambassadors and encouraging sponsors to help with promotion can raise your appeal to prospects.
How the European Conference of Oncology Pharmacy succeeded in its aim of attracting potential new members to its event.