While everyone is confined to their own homes during Lockdown 3.0, many of our customers have been missing the creative spaces which our venues provide.
Every year, we publish our industry trends report and reflect on the learnings and expected focuses across the industry.
No magic eight ball could have predicted what 2020 had in store for the events and hospitality industry. And it’s fair to say that we don’t know what lies ahead as we look to try plan for 2021.
With more professionals working remotely than ever before it’s essential that training courses continue to run in order to support employees and their mental health.
Cloud Conferencing at Warwick Conferences is a new way to 'meet' at its award-winning venues. Building on Warwick Conferences’ reputation for creating innovative and personalised experiences, and adapting to changing needs, it supports the next generation of events.
Conversations in Isolation: Why pre-lockdown concerns should still be a key priority for events professionals
Like many events organisations, IACC is providing support for its members during the COVID-19 pandemic. From adapting to the new home office environment, to preparing venues ahead of re-opening, its online platform has provided a supportive network to the industry.
The events industry is always on the go and this can begin to take its toll on the mental health of those who work in the sector. It is essential that both delegates attending the events - and those responsible for planning - are able to take some time to nurture their wellbeing.
Venues across the globe are being impacted by COVID-19, and the way in which international conferences will be considered is likely to have changed permanently.