Two-plus years of day-to-day uncertainty around business events has taken a human toll, say planners in MeetingsNet’s latest survey. Here, event organizers share their stories of stress along with their advice on how to cope, because the...
We left out a key question on our recent planner-stress survey. You might want to answer it now.
An on-stage incident involving a presenter and attendee raises the question: Can organizers account for every possibility when creating an event’s risk-management plan?
While mask mandates have mostly disappeared, some attendees will still be wearing face coverings. How will they feel—and be received—when going against the no-mask norm?
A doctor applies an easy-to-understand mathematical argument to two recent large events to show that daily testing of meeting participants is the best preventative measure.
Two large medical shows are using the Pennsylvania Convention Center within the next month, but requiring proof of vaccination would relieve them of enforcing a renewed mask mandate within their own space.
Hotels in Toronto and Montreal have gotten the updated space design and aesthetic treatment that is central to Sheraton’s new brand image.
It’s tough to find something admirable to break through the ongoing reports of pandemic, inflation, and war, but they are out there.
Here are 50+ questions that will help you create a Covid risk-mitigation plan that’s the right fit for your event.
The latest reports from CDC and WHO suggest the BA.2 subvariant of Covid might reverse the decline in cases across North America and Europe. Host destinations—or meeting hosts themselves—might then consider changing their attendance rules.