Measuring what matters to the meetings industry, including our own meetings market, salary, and special-topic surveys. Plus ideas and innovations applied to the meetings industry, from authors and speakers working in a variety of fields.
The latest COVID-19 Recovery Dashboard shows that the majority of planners and suppliers are planning a return to in-person events set for between July and September — while simultaneously preparing for a range of potential scenarios.
The process of finding the right vendor for your virtual event can be overwhelming. We aim to provide a clear roadmap with three steps to success as a guide to help you navigate the frustrating procurement process.
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.
Two attorneys who represent associations suggest that when it comes to whether income received from virtual-only trade shows is subject to taxation, we’re in a gray area. And that may be preferable to the alternative — a clear ruling that is not favorable to nonprofits. Here’s what you need to know. (A PCMA White Paper)
The PCMA research study, Beyond ROI to ROE, provides a new framework and toolkit to help business event professionals analyze, quantify, and report on the impact of meetings and events — with a novel approach that makes it possible to equally measure the countable metrics and the magic that happens when we gather.
The PCMA research study, Beyond ROI to ROE (Return on Events), provides a new framework and toolkit to help business event professionals analyze, quantify, and report on the impact of meetings and events — with a novel approach that makes it possible to equally measure the countable metrics and the magic that happens when we gather, whether it’s IRL (in real life) or URL (digitally).
Nearly one-quarter of respondents to a recent survey said they did not have event-cancellation insurance policies for their event in 2020 and only 20 percent have secured coverage for their future face-to-face events.
The results of the latest COVID-19 Recovery Dashboard survey show that both planners and suppliers increasingly see a future where small groups meet in person and a much larger audience experiences the event online — and the two complement each other.
In what is the largest business events industry survey conducted for the APAC region to date, 531 event industry professionals — 342 planners and 189 suppliers — participated in the latest PCMA survey.