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June 5, 2014
Lee Odden The Keys To a Great Business and Marketing Conference
By Lee Odden
According to the Convention Industry Council (pdf), in 2012 there were over 1.8 million business meetings, events and conferences held in the US attended by 225 million participants generating over $280 billion in spending. The volume of participants has grown 10% since 2009.

Clearly, the business conference industry is booming. The number of marketing and communications conferences alone is overwhelming compared to when I started attending and speaking at conferences in 2005.

Attending and speaking at business, marketing and client user conferences is a big part of ourmarketing and while there are changes with so many new, niche events popping up, I don't think our conference participation will change. The challenge is, [...]

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