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Navigating the Unthinkable: Why Event Professionals Should Prioritize Risk Mitigation
Event professionals must have mitigation and response plans in place for all risks — whether they are human-caused, natural or weather-related, or technological failures. Security expert and Convening Leaders 2024 speaker John Gainer offers his advice on how to plan for whatever may come.
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As face-to-face events return in full force, organizers and venues are assessing additional new risks, like potential disruptive behavior, that can make their events feel less safe and welcoming.Read storyMore from this issue
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