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C&IT Association Event News 5th June 2020
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Contracts in the time of coronavirus: Force majeure and frustration
Conor Maher from Ellis Jones Solicitors explains what the options are when a contract can not be fulfilled because of COVID-19.
  Contracts in the time of coronavirus: Force majeure and frustration
 
Which international events are being cancelled
All the latest postponements and cancellations as the world deals with the coronavirus pandemic.
  Which international events are being cancelled
 
Global venues being transformed into field hospitals
Which international convention centres are becoming temporary hospitals to manage spikes in coronavirus cases?
  Global venues being transformed into field hospitals
 
In pictures: Events industry joins nationwide NHS tribute
As the UK came together to thank frontline healthcare workers, venues did their bit to mark the occasion.
  In pictures: Events industry joins nationwide NHS tribute
 
‘Kill the agenda, it gets in the way of creativity’
A detailed event schedule doesn’t leave much room for flexibility or self-expression, says INVNT’s Adam Harriden.
  ‘Kill the agenda, it gets in the way of creativity’
 
Dear C&IT: Mental health first-aiders could help events staff in need
Two readers call for a greater focus on mental wellbeing in the events industry.
  Dear C&IT: Mental health first-aiders could help events staff in need
 
BTA calls on airlines to offer cash refunds
Airlines must adhere to IATA regulations where flights have been cancelled due to COVID-19, says the Business Travel Association.
  BTA calls on airlines to offer cash refunds
 
'Virtual isn’t a short term fix for our industry'
Inconnection predicts that the sudden demand for virtual will create more demand for hybrid and satellite events.
  'Virtual isn’t a short term fix for our industry'
 
$2.5bn of Australian business events lost each month over COVID-19 shutdown
Immediate support is needed in this ‘dire situation’, says chair of Business Events Council of Australia.
  $2.5bn of Australian business events lost each month over COVID-19 shutdown
 
This may read like science fiction: at some point in the not-too-distant future, people will fly around the world, attending and hosting events, experiencing new and different cultures. The future is normal life.
  Five reasons to consider Taiwan once this is all over
 
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