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The U.S. government has reported that it will make COVID-19 vaccines available for free to all Americans, a key to opening up the meetings industry.
As groups look for open spaces for their gatherings, coastal meetings are coming on strong as a viable option.
The United States government has stopped limiting international arrivals from certain countries to 15 airports and is funneling them through enhanced screening as it adjusts its COVID-19 entry strategy.
Even in unusual times, like a global pandemic, it's important to not let creativity fall by the wayside.
Today’s promo products are being created with the health and well-being of the recipient in mind.
Meetings will not be held before attendees feel safe to travel and that is what the U.S. Travel Association’s Let’s Go There campaign is aimed at.
PlanetIMEX returns October 12-16, promising meeting and events industry professionals an enhanced program and seamless virtual user experience with a full week of creative and educational content delivered by memorable and inspiring speakers.
First United Airlines announced it was eliminating domestic change fees then Delta Air Lines and American Airlines followed suit.
The Events Industry Council (EIC) issued the Health and Safety for Hotels Accepted Practices Guide, the second release of the APEX COVID-19 Business Recovery Task Force.
COVID-19 has impacted all aspects of travel and many are turning to an unlikely resource for help – robots.
As hybrid and digital events become de rigueur several new studios and services have been created to meet the needs of such gatherings.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has very quietly lifted its 14-day quarantine for travelers.
If Accor and InterContinental Hotels Group do merge as reports predict, will this create one of many monopolies and what will this mean to the industry?
A new in-depth COVID-19 data dashboard highlighting the recovery of travel demand across flights and hotels has been launched by the WTTC.