Michelle Russell, editor in chief of Convene, offers her perspective on the business events industry through stories in the latest issue of the magazine.
We have been single-minded in our approach to keeping venues clean and safe for attendees. But we’ve been missing one very important —maybe the most important — thing.
After months of limited in-person social engagement, many in the business events industry are ready to experience real things, places, and spaces. Some organizations are doing just that, even through digital events.
Not being sure about future plans is something Convene editor in chief Michelle Russell has come to embrace during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Business events professionals may not see themselves as creative types, but now, more than ever, that’s who you are.
The pandemic has shifted our work and life priorities. Here are some things we’ve started doing while stuck at home that we plan on sticking with.
The coronavirus crisis is an opportunity to work on strategies that will help you prepare for success during the COVID-19 recovery process.
As we hunker down and practice social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic, we look for ways to retain our close connections.
What the widespread incidence of the imposter syndrome has to do with Convene’s 29th Annual Meetings Market Survey.
One brick-and-mortar retailer is defying the odds in the otherwise crumbling mall landscape. What can event planners learn from its strategy?
Here’s how social and environmental considerations can play a role in reframing the events industry narrative, according to participants of the recent IBTM World Global Policy & Practice Forum.
Organizational psychologists have a term for the toll work meetings take on our psyche — “meeting recovery syndrome,” or MRS. Check if you have any symptoms.
Through artist Dennis Wojtkiewicz’s paintings, we find a new way of looking at the future — and fleeting present — of food.
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