Preparing to send employees to far off and unfamiliar lands for a meeting or event? All companies and associations have a Duty of Care—a moral and legal obligation to protect their employees and meeting attendees from risks and threats...More
Hurricane Sandy brought much of the eastern seaboard to a standstill when it made landfall on Monday, causing the cancellation of some 10,000 flights and many meetings and conventions from Boston to Washington, D.C./Virginia and points south....More
As Hurricane Sandy made its way up the the Eastern seaboard, unknown numbers of meetings were canceled and the Mid-Atlantic prepared for possible flooding and power outages. With some 10,000 flights grounded, meetings around the country are also feeling the historic storm’s repercussions.
We've pulled together a news update and collection of articles from the MeetingsNet archives to help meeting professionals deal with the legal and project management issues that underlie meeting cancellations.
Behind the scenes of the 2012 Republican National Convention as organizers, including housing bureau onPeak, handled the threat of a hurricane that seemed headed straight for Tampa and the RNC’s 15,000 delegates....More
I know that no one likes to talk about disaster preparedness, but if the worst happens, you'll be glad you kept in mind these four tips from today's guest blogger Meg Proskey, vice president of air, registration, and technology for Maritz T...More
If the cornerstone of Internet security can be brought down by a computer hacker with some solid skills and a grudge as big as the sky, face-to-face meetings just got a whole lot more important. There was nothing blazingly new in this week’s news ......More