Navigating the New Meetings Landscape

Navigating the New Meetings Landscape eHandbook

New eHandbook Offers Critical Information for Meeting and Event Planners Resuming Face-to-Face Meetings

The COVID-19 pandemic has put the brakes on the meetings and events industry, with only virtual events serving as a temporary solution to serve the primal human need for face-to-face interaction.

But while coronavirus has proven to be a stubborn adversary, one thing is for sure: We will meet face-to-face again, and hopefully soon. In fact, many destinations and facilities have already opened their doors, albeit in a “New Normal” mode of operation that is a very unfamiliar landscape to navigate.

To help meeting and event planners find their bearings as they prepare to hold live meetings again, Meetings Today has launched the “Navigating the New Meeting Landscape” eHandbook, filled with resources and critical tips and strategies to keep their attendees safe and protect the financial health of the organizations they plan for.

Included is information about:

  • The crucial contract clauses and other legal issues to be aware of
  • The very detailed safety and sanitation protocols that major hotel chains have instituted to ensure safety in the post-shutdown environment
  • Essential risk management and mitigation strategies to implement before welcoming attendees

The last section of the eHandbook provides a wealth of additional resources culled from Meetings Today’s coverage of the pandemic, from its very beginnings to where we are currently, including articles, podcasts with industry experts and free educational webinars that present a deeper dive into what you need to know to steer you in the right direction.

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