Category: Education

Thoughts on Going Virtual, Marsha Flanagan, M.Ed.

IAEE’s VP of Learning Experiences Marsha Flanagan, M.Ed. relays her thoughts on why we should embrace going virtual.

Bob Dallmeyer Education Fund: Melissa Peticolas, 2017 Grant Recipient

2017 recipient Melissa Peticolas, CEM details why she believes the Bob Dallmeyer Education Fund opened her eyes to a new perspective for meeting planners and the professional experiences she was able to gain after obtaining her CEM.

Building a Future-Ready Event Workforce

Read about the challenges to building a future-ready workforce and tips to strengthen the current work environment according to five industry leaders by Michelle Bruno.

Taking Another Look at Data Security and Privacy in Events

Published by Michelle Bruno on September 13, 2019 A special section brought to you by Historically, data security and privacy have not been high priorities for event organizers. Many don’t feel particularly vulnerable because the […]

Trade Show Security: How to Prevent Theft from Your Trade Show Booth

IAEE Member, Mobile Video Guard, shares the who, what, when, why and how of trade show theft to protect your products and company information at your next event.

Don’t Guess, Assess

The educational needs of association members are always evolving in every industry and profession, but especially in those where members need to earn and maintain certifications.

CEIR Predict: Organizers Don Their Thinking Caps

Originally posted on CEIR Blog:
by Bob James Once a year, CEIR turns “seer” when it convenes its national leadership summit, CEIR Predict. At the two-day conference, experts lead in-depth conversations that range across the…

Food for Thought – Being Global, Being Strategic, Industry Professionalism

Originally published in Trade Show Executive, May 2016 Edition “Going global”… what does this mean to your business and the exhibitions and events industry as a whole? In the past few years, IAEE has made […]

A New Look at Leadership

Originally published in Trade Show Executive, March 2016 Edition “Leadership” is an interesting word to me, because for such a commonly understood concept it can take on avenues uncommonly related to it. The most obvious […]