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Rising costs and stalled budgets are still keeping meeting planners up at night, according to a new survey from Global DMC Partners.
A new Harvard Business Review survey finds that in-person meetings are vital when it comes to building positive, long-term inter-employee relationships in today’s remote-work environment.
Incentive travel is expected to continue growing in terms of both number of activities and spend per person. But the focus is shifting as the workforce evolves and costs continue to rise.
Key meeting metrics, from attendance to the number of events being planned to investment in meeting organizer teams, all are on the upswing.
A new IACC report finds that the need to create more experiential events is driving planners to seek new ways to use existing venue spaces.
Trends data collected by Bizzabo over the summer reaffirm that the return to in-person events was no blip — but hybrid events are still a thing.
Live events retain their position as the top-rated member engagement tool for associations, but new digital engagement tools are gaining ground the fastest.
Event vaccination requirements are on the wane even as the Omicron variant continues to rise.
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.
A study by the Incentive Research Foundation (IRF) into destination preferences has shown that enthusiasm for incentive travel remains high.
The GBTA has released the findings from its latest poll measuring the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on business travel.
A new survey by SITE Foundation has found 94% of top US corporations remain 100% committed to incentive travel despite the pandemic pause.
A new survey tracking experiences of business travel has found that 64 percent of business travelers enjoy their job less without travel.