Burnout – The Executive Burnover

29th September 2022
In this first part of a two-article series, special Boardroom contributor Ole Petter Anfinsen, Vice President of EDBAC and DBA Research Associate at Henley Business School, UK, explains what overwhelming stress and pressure can lead to and how it represents an increasing risk in these unprecedented times.
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The Power of Pairing Local Industry With Business Events

26th September 2022
Immersive local experiences, in combination with the Northern Territory’s industry strengths, create a compelling destination proposition for associations wishing to travel ‘down under’ and advance their sector through a business event. Northern Territory Business Events (NTBE), the region’s convention bureau, will be there to help every step of the way.
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Three Reasons Strong Intellectual Capital is Crucial for Events

14th September 2022
COVID-19 has changed the meetings industry, and the importance of hosting impactful events has never been higher. With a potential recession on the way, there may be an increased interest in bringing people together, but associations need to capitalize on the right resources and tools in order to make an in-person meeting worthwhile.
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Disruption Equals Opportunity at ASAE Annual Meeting

7th September 2022
For its first in-person conference since over two years, ASAE chose Nashville as its port city. Full of inspiring keynotes, Learning or Exploration Labs, educational opportunities, networking breaks, along a large exhibition, the Annual Meeting was attended by Boardroom Chief Editor Remi Deve, reporting now.
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Key Compliance Updates for Medical Associations

15th August 2022
As COVID-19 has had a big impact on the way medical congresses are organized, medical associations still need to give the utmost attention to Pharma and Medical devices codes, laws and regulations – and compliance in general. In this special contribution to Boardroom, Yana Budel from GCO Global, provides you with the latest updates on this delicate matter.
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How to Engage the Younger Generation: the Case of AIPC

8th July 2022
The AIPC Annual Conference held in Budapest earlier this month was testament to how an association can involve its younger members, when its so-called Future Shapers, divided into two teams of seven young professionals, pitched their solutions to the challenges faced by the convention centre management industry.
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