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Geoff Freeman Takes USTA Helm
Geoff Freeman, the new president and CEO of the U.S. Travel Association, takes the helm from longtime leader Roger Dow.
U.S. Drops Testing Mandate for Inbound Travelers
The meetings industry is celebrating as the U.S. does away with the testing mandate for inbound travelers.
Meetings Mean Business Coalition Integrates with U.S. Travel
The Meetings Mean Business Coalition has formally integrated with the U.S. Travel Association.
What the Stimulus Bill Means for Meetings
The just-passed $1.9 trillion stimulus bill goes far to help the travel industry move forward, but there's still a lack of acknowledgement and...
President Biden Inspires Optimism Among Travel Leaders
The Inauguration of President Biden and Vice-President Harris inspires optimism to an industry flatlined by the COVID-19 pandemic, but with that hope comes an almost desperate plea for immediate legislative action.
COVID-19 Relief Package Passed
Congress has reached a deal on a nearly $900 billion COVID-19 relief package that includes individual checks, loans to small businesses and benefits to the unemployed.
Face Masks A Must, Says CDC
Although usage is already widespread, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued formal guidance recommending the wearing of face masks while traveling to prevent the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19.
Guide to Restarting Events
Prevue has created the Guide to Restarting Events, with all the latest news and expert advice for post COVID-19 meetings. Click here for the Guide...
Reopening Florida Roundtable
Vice President Mike Pence participated in a roundtable discussion today at Rosen Shingle Creek in Orlando about reopening Florida.
U.S. Travel Guidelines
The U.S. Travel Guidelines describe vigorous measures the industry will follow and help to communicate across each and every step of a traveler’s journey
Roger Dow: A New Landscape
Industry insiders agree that the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic has changed meetings and conventions forever and we turned to Roger Dow for his insights.
CARES Act is Not Enough
Major adjustments and more aid are needed as the CARES Act is not enough and small businesses, including local non-profits, need help.
REAL ID Delayed
The Department of Homeland Security has extended the deadline for REAL ID by 12 months to October 1, 2021 because of the COVID-19 pandemic—but travel industry experts say the country will still be in recovery mode then.
COVID-19 Postpones GMID
As a result of the spreading COVID-19 coronavirus, the Meetings Mean Business Coalition has postponed Global Meetings Industry Day.
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