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Should you start planning to hold meetings in the metaverse? Prevue asked event tech guru Corbin Ball for his perspective.
COVID is on the wane, but event organizers still need a strategy to help mitigate COVID-related risk.
Hotels are expected to regain a lot of ground in 2022, though revenues from meetings and events will continue to lag.
Mental health and wellness is key for everyone — and even more so for event professionals. EventWell can help.
While the Omicron variant has caused some delays in school and office re-openings, many events scheduled for early 2022 are still on.
The Events Industry Council’s newly launched Business Events Barometer found hotel group room nights and requests for proposals (RFPs) were up significantly in Q3 this year.
The majority of respondents to a recent Prevue survey said they were at least somewhat concerned about how Omicron could affect their meetings.
The catch-phrase for meetings and events in fall 2021? Cautious optimism.
Just how real are the Delta variant risks to in-person events? And what role do perceptions play when it comes to meeting in person?
While most respondents to a new Prevue survey are taking a wait-and-see approach, a third reported that they had canceled or postponed an upcoming meeting due to the Delta variant.
Is Uber for meetings? We look at the services the ride-share company offers planners organizing meetings and events.
After running at Mach 1 speed for days, many planners use personal rituals or routines to help them unwind.
Cvent's recently released fifth annual 2019 Cvent Planner Sourcing Report (Global Edition) surveyed more than 2,650 meeting and event planners throughout North America, Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and South Africa. The report's broad-brush conclusions? That planners are managing more events and working with bigger budgets.
To delve deeper into the Hawaiian music culture, groups can attend the world’s largest ukulele festival on July 16.
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