Jul 01, 2022
With budgets tightening, and costs rising, monetizing events, and assessing and proving their value to internal stakeholders has never been more important than it is today.
At the Montreal Convention Center, field tests of biometric equipment are capturing levels of participants’ engagement and excitement by monitoring their brain and heart activity as they move around a show.
Starting Friday, traveling by car to business meetings and conferences will get a bit more affordable.
With the Supreme Court’s decision to expand gun rights, the likelihood that attendees will be armed could increase.
A new MeetingsNet survey finds nearly 70 percent of planners expect fewer attendees on site due to high airfares, while nearly 60 percent have narrowed their destination options due to potential air delays and cancellations.
A shortened agenda plus sessions listed by level of interactivity were designed to deliver more value and set an example for other meetings, says MPI President & CEO Paul Van Deventer.
A new survey looks at how planners are responding when at least 10 percent of attendees don’t speak English as their first language.
Take our brief survey now and let us know if rising airfares and schedule disruptions are affecting your planning.
The inquiries that bureaus are receiving from planners reveal changes to meetings in the post-pandemic environment.