Join us at the members' meeting in Boston

The biennial iHEA congress presents an important opportunity for the iHEA Board to report back to and consult with members. The Board has been working hard since early 2016 to improve the quality of the congress, reduce operations costs and membership and congress registration fees, and to improve governance and transparency within the organization. The Board’s focus has now turned to developing a range of activities to benefit members in between the congresses.  We would like to get members’ feedback on our work over the last year and a half as well as your input on what kinds of activities outside of the congress you feel would be of the greatest benefit to you. There will be a brief presentation on the key developments in iHEA and on iHEA finances. Most of the time will be devoted to receiving inputs from and discussion with members.

 

We would urge all iHEA members attending the Boston congress to join us at this important meeting, and to come prepared with ideas to contribute in the discussion. The iHEA Members’ Meeting will be held on Monday July 10th, from 13:15 to 14:45 in the Metcalf Trustee Ballroom on the 9th Floor of the Questrom Building (the main congress venue). Lunch will be served directly outside the meeting venue, so you can pick up your lunch as you come in to participate in this meeting. We look forward to seeing you at the meeting and hearing your views.

iHEA Congress 2017

Location: Boston, Massachusettes, USA

Co-Hosted by: Boston University
Venue: Questrom School of Business, Boston University, 595 Commonwealth Avenue
Dates: July 8 - 11, 2017
Pre-Congress: July 7 -8, 2017

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