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The Events Industry Council has released the Resources for Destinations Accepted Practices Guide for Convention and Visitors Bureaus (CVBs) and Destination Marketing Organizations (DMOs).
Hilton has a global cleanliness and client service program specific to meetings and events called Hilton EventReady with CleanStay, that is helping groups.
Here is a look at what Marriott is doing to enhance its health and safety protocols as it welcomes back event and meetings business.
CAESARS FORUM has opened, hosting ConferenceDirect’s Annual Partner Meeting as its first conference in the $375 million venue.
With an eye on the 2020 Tianguis Turístico, the major trade and tourism event in Mexico that due to the pandemic went virtual, the Yucatan Siglo XXI Convention and Exhibition Center had to expand.
A COVID-19 vaccine candidate is more than 90% effective, announces Pfizer, and meeting professionals are celebrating this news.
A study by scientists from Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health concludes that the layered approach U.S. airlines have taken to protect customers and employees from COVID-19 means the risk of exposure during flying and other parts of the air travel journey is very low.
Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, part of Curio Collection by Hilton, a new meetings hotel, is scheduled to open on January 15.
Citizen Care Pod Corp., a mobile testing site, set up to expedite testing and screening, is helping meetings get off the ground again.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a Framework for Conditional Sailing Order that introduces a phased approach for the safe and responsible resumption of passenger cruises.
The first conference has been held at the $375 million CAESARS FORUM, the new 550,000-square-foot conference center located on the Las Vegas Strip.
These tools can help meeting professionals access information that will help navigate the new normal.
UFI and SISO are urging global policymakers and governments to focus on rapid antigen COVID testing.
Although usage is already widespread, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued formal guidance recommending the wearing of face masks while traveling to prevent the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19.