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Lessons Learned After Hosting a 100-Person Face-to-Face Event
The Georgia Society of Association Executives (GSAE) held a 100-person face-to-face meeting last week. GSAE President, Wendy W. Kavanagh, noted the state regulations were followed throughout their unique, but "new normal" ...
8 Takeaways From the Democratic National Convention Virtual Event
This article analyzes the Democratic National Convention in 2020 held in a virtual event format for the first time ever and it contains what happened and what planners actually could learn from the event. The author said ...
Airbnb makes big changes to its cancellation policy, eliminating certain guest procedures
Airbnb will be adding a new policy to their contracts starting January 20, 2021. The "Extenuating Circumstances Policy" will not cover personal issues that prohibit guests from their reservation.
Pandemic changing how brands work with owners in renos
This article gives an example of how the renovation is done between owners and brands during the pandemic. Brand executives spoke about how they worked with owners and investors to fulfill their expectations in an extremely ...
7 Ways Smart Technology Can Reshape The Hotel Industry During Covid 19
As COVID-19 remains resilient globally, the hospitality industry is looking to various aspects of technology to offset points of contact. The onboarding process can be virtually done through apps with the presences of an ...
Economist warns hoteliers to ‘fasten your seat belts’
Bernard Baumohl, Chief Global Economist for the Economic Outlook Group gave the forecast for the U.S Economy from now on during his online presentation in conjunction with the Lodging Conference's online event. He mentioned ...
Survey: 74% of hotels will have to lay off more employees without coronavirus aid from Congress
(USA Today, 2020-09-21)
A survey done by the American Hotel & Lodging Association indicates that nearly 3 quarters of hotels must lay off more employees due to the COVID-19 pandemic and lack of federal funding. Researchers fear the side affects ...
Why Expos Don’t Convert Well to Virtual
This article discusses why Trade Shows have troubles in converting to Virtual platform while meetings are using its virtual tool well for the transition. Most concerns are that virtual solutions for the expo don't qualify ...
Development of a Responsible Policy Index to Improve Statutory and Self-Regulatory Policies that Protect Children’s Diet and Health in the America’s Region
In 2010, 193 Member States of the World Health Organization (WHO) endorsed World Health Assembly Resolution WHA63.14 to restrict the marketing of food and beverage products high in fat, sugar and salt (HFSS) to children ...
U.S. Travel Calls for Delay in Real ID Deadlines
(NorthStar Meetings Group, 2020-10-02)
U.S. Travel is pushing for Congress to delay the Real I.D. Act to offset a delay in domestic travel. The Act was supposed to take effect on October 1,2020, but with the onset of COVID-19 got delayed an additional year.