While 2020 may be forever entombed in our collective memories as a low point, especially for the meetings and events industry in which personal connections and collaboration are at the forefront of everything, 2021 is looking quite sunny comparatively.
As millions of Americans continue to get vaccinated for COVID-19, another debate is brewing —deciding whether or not people will need proof of immunization (a vaccine passport) to travel, attend events and get back to daily life.
The American Institute of Physics assembled a panel made up of experts in various parts of association conference planning to reimagine the meetings of the future to be more impactful for and valuable to society stakeholders.
We all know that the COVID-19 pandemic had a major impact on the global events industry. But just how much? The Events Industry Council (EIC), in partnership with Oxford Economics, recently announced an ambitious new study examining the global events industry’s economic impact and, for the first time, quantifying the cumulative losses experienced in 2020 […]