The agency conducted research among 24 Irish-based associations which highlighted the challenges faced by those relying upon discretionary funding from their members.
MCI Dublin is advising professional associations and other groups to prove their value to existing members in order to maintain revenue streams.
"Organisations should spend as much time, if not more, on retaining current members as generating new ones and fully audit and review all expenses and costs to ensure competitive advantage," said MCI Dublin's statement.
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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.
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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.