Since its beginning, nearly three decades ago, The Conference Publishers has been all about content. Focused on the valuable information produced by conferences and meetings, the company pioneered the art of content capture at events, creating summaries, newsletters, news briefs, white papers, and more out of live presentations.
Monthly Archive: December 2012
Developing a content strategy for your meeting or event can be daunting, but by pulling your team together and asking a few questions you can get a good handle on what needs to be done. Here are a few ideas to get you started.
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Led by Jill Taub Drury and the team at Drury Design Dynamics, the New York Metro Chapter of ISES (International Special Events Society) presented its second annual Sustainability Summit at the Rubin Museum of Art this past Tuesday, April 3rd. The ambitious late afternoon/evening program included educational workshops, presentations and an expert panel discussion. After being well educated and inspired, attendees were invited to mingle with experts and other guests in a stylish alternative to the traditional trade show floor, dubbed “Marketplace 2.0.” Add the sumptuous offerings of Stephen Starr Events (cold curried pea soup topped with lobster and an assortment of local artisan cheeses were among my personal favorites), and you get a sense of just how luxurious sustainability can really be!