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Meetings costs are soaring as in-person meetings and events begin to come back in full force.
The omicron variant of COVID-19 has already caused at least three major event organizers to postpone their European meetings. Will more follow suit?
There's an event industry association geared to meet the needs of every niche.
A video by the Cleveland Clinic's Dr. Amanda Hagen on the science of COVID-19 explores the impact of vaccinations on travel.
The GBTA has released the findings from its latest poll measuring the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on business travel.
While the industry prepares for an anticipated recovery after the disruption of 2020, several of the biggest industry meetings are set to take place...
In honor of International Women's Day on March 8, we have compiled some of our most inspiring articles for you.
“These women have been selected in part for their dedication to reaching a hand out to help other women rise in the industry as well.”
The weekend brought the news the meetings industry has been anticipating: The CDC has recommended no gatherings with 50 people or more.
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.
GBTA President Christle Johnson, president of travel & business services at Johnson Downie LLC, epitomizes the industry's many unsung heroes.
New organizational partnerships and initiatives addressing gender inequality reveal a new generation of women intent on breaking the glass ceiling.
Keynote speakers at the Global Business Travel Association Convention, including former General David Petraeus, Chairman and Senior Executive of IAC and Expedia Barry Diller and Delta Airlines CEO Ed Bastian, all touched on current political uncertainties.