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Research & Reality: In-Person Events

Research released last week by Freeman , a significant global player in events, showed the majority of attendees and exhibitors in the U.S. plan to return to face-to-face events by the fall of 2021. The most comprehensive research of its kind in the industry, Freeman's analysis is based on data...

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Travel Trends Likely to Impact Association Events

David Lorenz, Vice President of Travel Michigan , offered remarks at the Greater Lansing Convention and Visitors Bureau's Annual Meeting yesterday. Lorenz focused on trends impacting travel in Michigan for the coming year and the strategy for this year's Pure Michigan campaign considering...

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Look Out World

Yesterday while driving into the office, I was visited by a memory from years ago. I remembered the sun shining in through floor-to-ceiling windows, the dull throb of feet sore from untold hours and mileage, and the physical static often present after long days and physical work. I felt the...

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Four Trends that Associations Can Love

HubSpot social media management software and Talkwalker social insights recently partnered on a report that identifies the significant trends we can expect for 2021 in social media and beyond. Gleaned from Talkwater's monitoring of a huge variety of digital sources, including social sites,...

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Never Doubt

The Governor's appointments to the Protect Michigan Commission this week illustrate the value and service of associations. As the administration works to increase the pace of the COVID-19 vaccination program, a few key objectives are critical: Earning the public's trust regarding the...

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A Year

By Donna Oser, CAE This week marks one year since I took the helm of MSAE. And what a year it is has been! Full of difficult decisions, upheaval, and uncertainty. I wanted to pull back the curtain a bit and share with you something that has been a consistent source of strength and...

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