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Quarterly Education / Webinar: COVID-19: Doing Business During a Pandemic

June 4 @ 2:00 pm3:30 pm CDT

How can you protect your business and still be a good partner? How has COVID-19 forever changed the way we do business? How are we planning for the rest of the year and early 2021 in the absence of a crystal ball?

Join us for a free virtual education event to reflect on where we’ve been and how we are planning for the immediate future, featuring a panel of industry stakeholders leading us through these questions and more.

Our panel of industry experts includes:

Moderator
Tonya Almond, CMPTonya Almond, CMP
Vice President, Knowledge and Experience Design – PCMA

 

Panelists

Lupita Cardiel
Lupita Cardiel
Manager, Central Region USA Sales – Air Canada

Barbara DunnBarbara Dunn
Partner – Barnes & Thornburg LLP

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Chuck Grouzard
Executive Vice President of U.S. Exhibition Sales – GES

Heidi Henning
Heidi Henning
Vice President, Meetings, Sales and Events – National Association of REALTORS®

Julie Mullins
Julie Mullins
Vice President, Convention Sales – Choose Chicago

Frank Passanante
Frank Passanante
Senior Vice President of Sales, Americas – Hilton Worldwide

After participating in this webinar, you’ll be able to:

  • Identify best practices in emergency planning for a global business disruption.
  • Design or refine business plans for the remainder of 2020 and early 2021 with insight from industry partners.
  • Discuss, and prepare for, permanent industry changes resulting from the impact of COVID-19.

 

This event is complimentary for all in the Business Events Community.
Please consider donating within the registration portal if you are able to do so to benefit the PCMA Foundation Industry Relief Fund and Greater Midwest Chapter Education Initiatives. 

 


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Details

Date:
June 4
Time:
2:00 pm– 3:30 pm
Event Categories:
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Website:
https://greatermidwest.pcma.org/event/webinar-covid-19-lessons-learned-and-forging-ahead/