Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Meetings & Events

As you plan your meetings & events, you always need to ensure you have a backup plan in case something happens that would seriously impact your event. Those experienced with event planning know that, as the saying goes, anything that can go wrong will. The only way to guard against total meeting failure is to plan ahead to deal with identifiable risks... and hope you haven’t missed any. This week’s articles can help you focus.

What if a major storm or other external crisis disrupted one of your big events? What would you do? (Item #1)   As the variety of event venue options available to planners grows, so do the challenges associated with site safety and security. (Item #2)   A recent study took a look at top technology concerns of event planners and determined that content security was the top technology concern among them. (Item #3)

Any special event introduces new variables into the security equation (Item #4)   This article explores the first two of the vital "steps" to event safety. (Item #5)   Here's what you need to know to be prepared for your next event. (Item #6)

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