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Even though the scale of this obstacle is the biggest some of us have ever dealt with, it is our nature as event organizers to try to figure it out.
Prevue has compiled the latest news on the impact of COVID-19, along with some articles on what you can do as a meeting planner to deal with this crisis.
According to EventMB, 82% of corporate planners say event networking is attendees’ top priority. So it needs to be yours, too.
Attendee safety top of mind when planning meetings and conferences
Here are some pre-meeting rituals planners use to rev up the confidence and energy to deal with the wild demands and unforeseen hiccups that are all in a day’s work for an event planner.
Meeting planners seeking to know how many steps they take a day—or who need inspiration to move—are fitness tracker aficionados.
Review interfaith calendars, consult religious organizations or even college campuses before planning meetings or events that may fall on important holidays.
Given the hectic schedule of meeting planners, both when they’re in their office and, especially, when they’re on the road, some of them find it difficult to squeeze fitness into their day. But others are making sure to put it into their schedules.
Every year, lists of the most stressful jobs include meeting and event planners. So we asked some of our favorite planners what stresses them out the most.
Meeting planners share the social issues currently having the biggest impact on their meeting planning processes.
Meeting planners share their individual pet peeves from the job.
Experts weigh in on the resources they use to plan an event.
All of the members of the Rolling Stones have followed similar trajectories, going solo, producing music for other starts and performing for worthwhile project such as Live Aid.