Many companies exhibiting at industry shows are selling themselves short. They can and should do a much better job. Here are a few ideas.
This piece focuses on how conference organizers can best keep hungry attendees happy.
Can we name an association that clearly speaks for a majority of researchers? No, they’re all too myopic.
Today’s post from Annie Pettit's Conference Success series focuses on the often overlooked details that make a conference great.
Some locations make conferences better, and Nice (in the south of France, just a few miles from Monaco and Italy) is one such location.
Tom Ewing gives his take on the MRS Impact 2014 event and lists his key takeaways.
Do you find this post’s title impressive? Ostentatious? Incomprehensible? Your answers will indicate which conferences you should attend.
Now that the Holidays are over and we’ve put 2010 behind us, it’s time to start planning for that perennial tradition in Market Research: conferences and semi
An exciting new type of event is being created, a Festival of NewMR, celebrating all of the new trends and changes in market research, and doing it in an open source, col