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Survey finds 84% of business travelers plan to attend at least one business meeting over the next six months.
Global Meetings Industry Day on April 7 celebrates the return of safe F2F meetings, and their impact on the economy.
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.
Industry insiders report that a long-delayed COVID aid package is close to being cemented. This package will help businesses hit hard by the pandemic, including the travel and meetings industry.
Meetings will not be held before attendees feel safe to travel and that is what the U.S. Travel Association’s Let’s Go There campaign is aimed at.
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...
Vice President Mike Pence participated in a roundtable discussion today at Rosen Shingle Creek in Orlando about reopening Florida.
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
As the meeting and incentive industry prepares for a new normal regarding post-COVID-19 hygiene, two travel-related groups have created new standards.
Industry insiders agree that the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic has changed meetings and conventions forever and we turned to Roger Dow for his insights.
Major adjustments and more aid are needed as the CARES Act is not enough and small businesses, including local non-profits, need help.
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.
As a result of the spreading COVID-19 coronavirus, the Meetings Mean Business Coalition has postponed Global Meetings Industry Day.
Travelers will need Real ID-compliant identification cards to board domestic flights starting October 1, 2020 as the U.S. Department of Homeland Security will officially begin enforcing the REAL ID Act of 2005 at airports. This will require all Americans to present REAL ID-compliant identification to go through security.b
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