Tag: ethics

Who Is The Conscience Of Your Conference?

A thin, transparent sheet of ice is how I would describe some of today’s annual meetings and conferences. The line between education, promotion and sales has blurred. That ice cracks as attendees experience conference sessions that have been sold to the highest bidder. Sponsored education sessions have become blatant promotions of services and products. Attendees … [Read more…]

Six Suspicious Tradeshow Areas That Need Exposing

Note from Jeff: Dave Lutz is on a rant. A good one in my opinion and all meeting and event professionals, nonprofit organizations and associations, and tradeshow organizers should heed his advice. It’s time for the meetings and tradeshow industry to be more transparent about add-on fees, kickbacks, payouts and relationships. Here’s his post that … [Read more…]