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As authorities globally are increasingly clearing business events to run again, organisers of conventions and exhibitions, as well as venue and center operators need to put respective measures in place that create safe environments for participants.
Expert in Crisis communication Tina Altieri, (Media Australasia Xchange (MAX) talks about crisis communication. Did you have a crisis communication plan in place? If not, how do we act and prepare for what is to come?
For large events in the year ahead, attendees arriving onsite may feel like they’re back in the airport security line. “We don’t want to inconvenience attendees, but safety is our number one priority,”
I am the proud daughter of a NYPD detective who worked in crime prevention and safety for his entire career. My father, Larry, dedicated his life to educating people in the East New York section of Brooklyn on crime prevention
Roach, director, meetings and conference management at Securian Financial Group, and Diane Williams, director, meetings and events, with the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions, know well
The latest waves of terror to hit peaceful destinations, including Sousse in Tunisia this week, where up to 30 tourists are thought to have been killed, has provided a strong reminder of the importance of security to our profession.
Apps can add real value to the attendee experience, but it’s vital to keep delegate data safe. Michael Douglas, Director of Sales, Mobile Solutions at GenieConnect by Lanyon, explains how to be safe rather than sorry.
What are you doing to ward off room-block pirates? Educating participants and sending cease-and-desist letters to the offenders are the most common responses, but they aren’t the only strategies to keep your official block safe,
Hurricanes, speaker illness, terrorism, food poisoning—the list of things that could go wrong make every meeting a crisis just waiting to happen. Are meeting planners and meeting owners prepared to handle situations that could put their meetings, the
The complexity of today’s world has compelled us to re-evaluate the way we live, rethink our priorities and reflect on the complicated balance between freedom and security in our personal and professional lives.
The GBTA Foundation—the education and research arm of the Global Business Travel Association—has released a major update to its Travel Risk Management Maturity Model self-assessment tool, known as TRM3.