Mar 01, 2020
There’s more to a great tech event than blazing fast Wi-Fi, flashy A/V, or cutting-edge VR experiences. The biggest variables for great tech events don’t involve tech at all.
The latest on how the coronavirus is infecting the meetings industry: cancellations, airlift reductions, corporate travel bans, and more
In late May, MeetingsNet will bring its one-day conference on meeting risk management to Washington, D.C., for the first time.
A survey of more than 400 companies shows that the impact of government travel restrictions and fears on the part of exhibitors and event attendees is seriously affecting the industry, and the uncertainty continues.
Tech firm Salesforce just shifted its biggest Australian conference to an online event—on less than three weeks’ notice. For events with exhibitors, though, a bit more time is needed to make it work.
The largest corporate meeting and incentive firms in the U.S. weigh in on how the outbreak is affecting business.
The American Society of Association Executives hosted an online briefing with expert advice from event insurance and legal experts.
The debut of IBTM Asia Pacific won’t happen this April due to concerns for participants’ health.
PCMA has begun discussions on a post-coronavirus recovery plan with event leaders in China.
After a flood of exhibitor and attendee cancellations, Mobile World Congress has canceled its February event.