Through technology, facilities, and advocacy, the meetings and events industry is helping to get Covid vaccines in the arms of Americans.
An expert on meetings-industry legal questions unpacks the potential issues around requiring a negative Covid test or vaccination.
At this point, only 9 percent of companies plan to require Covid vaccines for business travelers, though a lot of uncertainty remains.
U. of Wisconsin will be first private customer. Could meeting groups be next?
Airline-industry analyst Robert W. Mann predicts when planners are likely to see service-capacity increases.
Could Covid-specific clauses in 2021 contracts narrow a meeting host’s rights rather than expand them? That’s the concern of industry attorney Barbara Dunn.
This year’s legislative priorities will be focused on enabling businesses to reopen—things like event-cancellation insurance and liability protection—says Freeman’s Sue Sung.
Planners need to create a “resilience toolbox” to meet new safety standards, says risk-management expert Brenda Rivers.
May exhibition scuttled by ongoing virus and travel restrictions.
Experts from all areas of the meetings industry weigh in on the year ahead.