Meetings industry veteran Bonnie Wallsh interrupted her retirement to do a meeting site inspection for the U.S. Census Bureau and found things have changed a lot since COVID-19. Read more.
COVID-19 has upended operations and created a “new normal.” Organizers today want technologies to help maintain social-distancing guidelines and make their events as touchless as possible. These nine tech tools below can help you get back to business.
Following are seven cost-affordable and cutting-edge ways to help raise awareness, as well as build audience interest and enthusiasm, when promoting your events online. Read more.
Event service professionals, aka convention services managers, can save meetings and events planners time, aggravation and money because of their intimate knowledge of destinations and facilities. Here are 10 ways to tap into that expertise. Read more.
Whether or not you intend to cancel your event due to the coronavirus outbreak, it's important to understand that this impacts every event right now. Here are 10 tips you can use to ensure that you are communicating effectively to those who matter. Read more.
It’s impossible to predict how the coronavirus will affect international and U.S. meetings and events, so have a risk management plan to prepare. Read how.
There’s a lot to consider when the majority of your attendees are traveling by car to your meeting. Use these 10 tips to plan a successful drive-to meeting or event. Read more.
When considering hosting your next meeting or event at a hotel property, it’s important to conduct a thorough site inspection. This checklist will ensure you don’t miss a thing! Read more.
Creating engagement with attendees has become the driving force of modern meetings.
In my 40 years as a meeting professional, I’ve extensively used the services of CVBs/DMOs in organizing and executing events—and those events were better because of it.