This course is essential for anyone who wants to pursue a career in event management.
Business Events Australia | 2022 Business Events Consumer Demand Project
Tourism Australia has released the 2022 Business Events Consumer Demand Project (CDP) as part of its broader recovery strategy to bolster Australia’s business events industry and fast-track recovery as we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Move over COVID, business travel industry tackles new challenge
New GBTA poll shows business travel recovery remains strong while emerging issues challenge accelerated recovery.
Meetings Industry Association launches new certified training
The Meetings Industry Association has launched a range of new sector-specific certified training courses to assist the professional development of those working in business meetings and events and to support individuals new to the industry.
The evolution of the RFP
Great events begin with a great RFP. Here’s how the RFP has transformed to reflect current industry needs, and the benefits to both buyer and supplier.
Hotels projected to end 2022 down $20b in business travel revenue
While leisure travel is expected to return to pre-pandemic levels this year, business travel – the hotel industry’s largest source of revenue and will take significantly longer to recover.
84% of business travelers expect to attend business events within six months
U.S. Travel Association Quarterly Business Travel Tracker also revealed that top reason for travel uncertainty was that meetings and events are not occurring.
2022 predictions for business events
2022 will be a year of rebuilding and recovery for the business events, accommodation, and meetings industry.
Latest mia research reveals time is running out for the sector
Business meetings and events organisations will only be viable for another 7.5 months.
HBAA shares its predictions for 2021
Collaboration and consolidation will be key trends for the business events, accommodation and meetings industry in 2021, according to the HBAA.