CORPORATE NEWS AND FEATURES

How to prevent video-conference fatigue

How to prevent video-conference fatigue

All Zoomed-out and WebEx-hausted? Here's some advice from the president of the International Association of Speakers Bureaus.

Nearly two thirds of event planners expect live events to return this year

Nearly two thirds of event planners expect live events to return this year

Most event companies will be running just a quarter of events planned for 2020, finds research by Global DMC Partners.

How to take your events outdoors

How to take your events outdoors

MD of Gazeboshop explains how to make the most of outdoor facilities and comply with social distancing.

How coronavirus will affect financing in the hospitality sector

How coronavirus will affect financing in the hospitality sector

The best course of action for any borrower is to find out what flexibility there is, says legal expert James Stripe.

RSVP podcast Ep1: Accidental nudity, selfish people and lullabies from Adele

RSVP podcast Ep1: Accidental nudity, selfish people and lullabies from Adele

Guests reveal their best experiences and react to anonymous industry confessions in our first-ever podcast for event and travel professionals.

One day left to enter the C&IT Awards Americas

One day left to enter the C&IT Awards Americas

As C&IT expands its reach globally, we've launched the C&IT Awards Americas to recognise the best in US events.

5 ways events are adapting to coronavirus restrictions

5 ways events are adapting to coronavirus restrictions

Marketing budgets remain intact for 75% of companies, finds research by event agency Pico.

Event planners need to rethink how they pitch for business

Event planners need to rethink how they pitch for business

Organisers have found new ways to engage with clients and keep in regular contact when events aren't taking place.

'The industry needs strong leadership on sustainable change'

'The industry needs strong leadership on sustainable change'

Getting back to business as usual is no longer an option, says Selina Donald, founder of The Bulb.

Two major industry associations rejoin BVEP

Two major industry associations rejoin BVEP

MPI and MIA join forces with Business Visits & Events Partnership, creating a stronger unified voice for the events industry.

Case study: The virtual event for 8,700 delegates

Case study: The virtual event for 8,700 delegates

Drift's Virtual Summit for its sales and marketing community was organised in six weeks by agency emc3.

5 corporate event trends happening right now

5 corporate event trends happening right now

Change is occurring quickly and the focus for event planners has shifted, says agency 2Heads after holding a client workshop.

What 'networking 2.0' might look like

What 'networking 2.0' might look like

Venues will have to demonstrate a minimum amount of space per delegate, says Exclusive Collection's Danny Pecorelli.

15 ways event design is going to change

15 ways event design is going to change

The industry will bounce back after coronavirus but events will look different, says director of The New Black Studio.

How to monetise virtual events

How to monetise virtual events

Planners can use traditional live strategies to create revenue from online events, says Mobile Growth Association's Jen Laloup.

5 predictions for the future of incentive travel

5 predictions for the future of incentive travel

Attitudes to frequent travel and the ability to reach certain destinations are going to change, says Penguins' Holly Mills.

Live events could become more like TV shows

Live events could become more like TV shows

Hybrid events will lead to different formats gaining popularity after the pandemic, says Helen Mok at Jack Morton China.

Case study: Breaking into the e-sports market at ChinaJoy 2019

Case study: Breaking into the e-sports market at ChinaJoy 2019

Pico worked with online retailer JD to create a huge booth at the entertainment conference, which had 364,000 visitors in four days.

'We will meet again, just not as we have before'

'We will meet again, just not as we have before'

Events businesses must adapt if they are to survive and thrive, says Smyle Group's Rick Stainton.

11 tips to keep virtual audiences engaged

11 tips to keep virtual audiences engaged

When your attendees are watching from home you've got to compete with endless distractions, says Aventri's Brecht Fourneau.

How to 'level up' during lockdown

How to 'level up' during lockdown

We're bombarded with messages about the right way to spend this time, but do it your way, says co-founder of Event First Steps Elena Clowes.

'The market will be hungry for high-quality events'

'The market will be hungry for high-quality events'

Co-founder of MAD//Fest talks about preparing for an industry festival during a pandemic and why 'frivolous' events will be heavily scrutinised.

Navigating the grey areas of the furlough scheme

Navigating the grey areas of the furlough scheme

Experts give advice on areas of the UK government’s job retention scheme that are still unclear.

Spring issue of C&IT Magazine online now

Spring issue of C&IT Magazine online now

Read the latest magazine online and check out our new section which reviews and rates destinations, hotels and venues.

'The legacy of COVID-19 will be more sustainable events'

'The legacy of COVID-19 will be more sustainable events'

No-one would have chosen to learn more about virtual events this way but it will be an invaluable lesson, says Amy Hewick of Hewick Events.

The impact of coronavirus on event-based turnover

The impact of coronavirus on event-based turnover

Final part of C&IT's Impact of Coronavirus Report asked events and hospitality businesses how much turnover they have lost.

Case study: Launching Triumph's new motorbike

Case study: Launching Triumph's new motorbike

DRPG organised the launch at Triumph's UK HQ which also announced a partnership with the James Bond franchise.

Earth Day 2020: 'A moment to pause'

Earth Day 2020: 'A moment to pause'

Legacy's CEO Abena Poku-Awuah looks towards more sustainable events in a post-coronavirus world.

When will live events return?

When will live events return?

Global Meetings Industry Day survey asks when live events will be back and how they could change after coronavirus.

Which international events are being cancelled

Which international events are being cancelled

All the latest postponements and cancellations as the world deals with the coronavirus pandemic.

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