C&IT’s senior reporter Ellie Kahn prays that online events quickly improve during the lockdown.
As the Foreign & Commonwealth Office updates its advice against all non-essential travel, can planners make any forward bookings at all?
Creative communications agency had taken out specific coverage for ‘human contagion disease’ in the lead up to the coronavirus pandemic.
INVNT's car launch event included a runway show, live music and dancing at a brand new venue in New York.
Dan Walker from Ashfield Meetings & Events has compiled a checklist to ensure your video calls run smoothly.
As C&IT expands its reach globally, we've launched the C&IT Awards Americas to recognise the best in US events.
Agency MD Hannah Luffman says the business will close while it is still possible to pay staff in full.
Suggestions of an extended lockdown period are adding pressure to the events sector, says University of Derby's Brendan Moffett.
Recently furloughed creative director Dave Leong explains the thinking that’s helping him navigate tricky times.
Think carefully about going virtual if your event can be postponed to later in the year, says Shaumik Saha from Stride Plus Events.
PRG's teams in Germany and the US are supporting health workers on the frontline in the fight against COVID-19.
Be flexible with your payment terms or cancellation policies, says Katie Roberts at National Museums Liverpool.
Two readers call for a greater focus on mental wellbeing in the events industry.
The video conferencing app is under scrutiny as its popularity surges during the coronavirus pandemic.
Sun Tzu and Charles Darwin gave some advice that still rings true today, says Aonia’s CEO Daniel Chua.
Innovation and creativity can come from times of difficulty, says C&IT's editor Calum Di Lieto.
C&IT's associate editor examines how closing down schools because of coronavirus will affect event professionals with young families.