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Virtual meetings are often lumped together, but there are many types, platforms and nuances. We spell it out for you.
Moving or canceling your meeting in these times is no simple matter. Industry attorney Jonathan Howe, Esq., offered some words of wisdom.
At "Meetings in the Age of Coronavirus," an all-day virtual conference on Monday, Attorney Jon Howe, Esq., Howe & Hutton, Ltd., focused on the emotions behind the decision to rebook a meeting.
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Industry associations and leaders have created numerous coronavirus webinars and online events to help meeting planners through this crisis.
The weekend brought the news the meetings industry has been anticipating: The CDC has recommended no gatherings with 50 people or more.
As the number of cases of COVID-19 in the U.S. rises and the crisis is now officially considered a pandemic, there are more closings and cancellations.
The CDC has posted guidelines around coronavirus to help meeting organizers take appropriate actions for all sizes of events—not just large gatherings.
The Meetings Mean Business Coalition and major associations including MPI and PCMA rallied around constituents with a flurry of announcements in support of meetings continuing as planned.
What used to be an occasional request for plant-based dishes is now accounting for 10 percent or more of all meals served.
All the major industry associations have numerous resources for to keep you updated on the coronavirus situation. We've created a list for you.
If attendees do not update to a REAL ID by October 1, 2020 or have an acceptable alternate form of ID, they will be turned away at the airport.
Though meeting planners might not understand what human trafficking has to do with them, there is a clear connection between business travel and meetings and trafficking—and the industry is taking steps to make a difference.
Teambuilding doesn't have to be stiff or awkward, it can be fresh and creative—and fun! Prevue has compiled a few great sources of teambuilding ideas.