Should You Host a Tiny Conference?
Why it could benefit your association and attendees to go smaller
If you’re a fan of HGTV, you’ve probably caught an episode or two of Tiny House Hunters or Tiny House, Big Living. And if you have kids or friends and family with kids, you are likely familiar with Shopkins—the tiny, plastic shopping-themed toys that kids trade and share with one another.
The popularity of these things makes the case that “bigger isn’t always better” and, in the case of tiny houses, that less space doesn’t mean less functionality. You can get more than you think out of something that seems to offer less.
Is the tiny trend something that your association should consider when it comes to its meeting and events?
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