The meetings and events industry continues to signal that it’s moving full steam ahead toward full recovery.
While in-person events are making a comeback, live attendance is up for both virtual events and webinars, with an increase in attendee engagement.
If you’re not talking about sustainability, climate or the environment, more than mere buzzwords, you’re already late in the meetings industry.
Unfortunately, the travel industry isn’t escaping the same issues that are plaguing many industries across the globe right now— inflation, energy prices, supply chain challenges, labor shortages and more.
To help coordinate disparate efforts, this summer, the U.S. Travel Association launched a new Sustainable Travel Coalition to help align the travel, transportation and technology sectors in developing and advancing strategies to enable a more sustainable future for the broader U.S. travel industry.
Daniel Schacter, author of “The Seven Sins of Memory: How the Mind Forgets and Remembers,” believes our memory system, for all its foibles, is highly adaptive.
If you are a planner who is organizing your first major event, avoid the following often-overlooked mistakes so you can take your guests’ experience to the next level.
As someone who runs a virtual and hybrid event tech company, I work with meeting planners all day long. Here’s what I’m advising them.