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Dashboard February

Getting Closer to Face-to-Face

The latest COVID-19 Recovery Dashboard shows that planners are focusing more of their efforts on the return to in-person events.

REBROADCAST: Race, Equity and Actionable Steps to Increase Access and Opportunities for All

To make real change in our organizations and industry, Dr. Whitehead will discuss how we can all play a role in becoming more culturally responsive. A conversation with Dr. Whitehead, Visit Baltimore President/CEO Al Hutchinson and event strategist Kirsten Olean will follow with a live Q&A session about how we can take steps to improve diversity, equity and inclusion in the business events industry.

DEI: Essential Digital Event Glossary

You’ve made the difficult decision to cancel a face-to-face event. Rather than dwell on the disappointment for the attendees, instead think about the possibilities of elements of the event that can still take place digitally. Download this resource to narrow down your search for the right digital event platform.


Piccles App Draws People Together

The collaborative drawing app Piccles helps conference participants express themselves while they connect online — and can reveal to organizers and each other something new about how they think and feel.

Discover New Hotels and Experiences in Louisville

Six new immersive Black Heritage Experiences, the Hotel Distil and adjacent Moxy Louisville Downtown, a renovated Kentucky International Convention Center, and the Evan Williams Bourbon Experience are ready to greet groups and other guests.

Discover What’s New in Tampa Bay

Visitors to the newly renovated (and expanding) Tampa Convention Center love its waterfront location and adjacency to Water Street, home to what is soon to be the largest collection of hotel rooms and meeting spaces in the Tampa Bay area.

In Des Moines, the S’s May Be Silent, but the City Is Buzzing

Greater Des Moines is emerging, progressive, and probably not at all what you think. And now is the perfect time to find out what all the buzz is about — Des Moines is 100 percent open and 100 percent awesome, with plenty of space and safety policies to ensure a great, relaxing experience.