Here is the most up-to-date information regarding starting up meetings in a COVID-19 world.
EIC Accepted Practices—The Events Industry Council (EIC), a global federation of more than 30 member organizations, has released the Meetings and Event Design Accepted Practices Guide.
SITE Responds to Members—The Society for Incentive Travel Excellence is doing its best to help its members.
WHO Meeting Guidelines Updated—The new WHO meeting guidelines for mass gatherings, including lengthy advice for meeting operations.
New WTTC Guidelines—We’ve done the work for you and analyzed the latest set of WTTC guidelines for for those that relate directly to meeting planners vs. facilities.
MMB Guidelines for Reopening—The broad Meetings Mean Business guidelines for reopening are based on the U.S. Travel Association guidance for the many sectors of the greater travel industry.
U.S. Travel Guidelines—The U.S. Travel Guidelines, “Travel in the New Normal,” describe vigorous measures the travel industry will follow to reduce the risk of COVID-19 and help to communicate across each and every step of a traveler’s journey.
Hotel Sanitization Protocols—Hotel sanitization protocols being taken by hotel companies and destinations.
Meeting Settings Post-COVID-19—When we do resurface, what will our industry, and meeting setups, look like, and what will change?
Post COVID-19 Meetings—What will a post-COVID-19 meetings industry look like? We reached out to Paul Van Deventer, president and CEO, Meeting Professionals International.
WTTC’s Safe Travel Measures—The World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) has created “Safe Travels” global safety and hygiene certification, backed by the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and more than 200 CEOs in the tourism sector.
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