Risk Management

  Author of “Building a Vibrant Community: How Citizen-Powered Change Is Reshaping America”, Quint Studer is the founder of Pensacola, Florida’s Studer Community Institute, a nonprofit focused on improving the community’s quality of life. His latest book, “The Busy Leader’s Handbook: How to Lead People and Places That Thrive”, reached No. 5 on The Wall […]

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Hari Abburi is an internationally recognized executive and consultant to Fortune 500 firms, small to mid-size enterprises and start-ups. He is a leading expert on businesses and how their leaders can become more strategic, and he is a frequent presenter at conferences in the U.S., Europe, Asia and India. His firm, The Preparation Company, helps […]

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By Deborah S. Fell

Travel isn’t always a bed of roses. There are natural disasters, tainted products, bad actors, data breaches, regional and global viruses, and events big and small that require industries to step up, speak up, and do whatever it takes to take care of their employees and customers. As the COVID-19 outbreak affects dozens of countries, […]

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Making Safety a PriorityOctober 17, 2018
How Secure Are Your Off-Property Events? By Maura Keller

While the potential for risk may be low, with safety and security issues, the cost can be astronomical.

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On May 25th, the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) becomes enforceable and the magnitude of its implications for the meetings industry is indeed huge.

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By Marty MacKay, DMCP

Now more than ever, meeting planners are asking (and if they are not, they should be) their supplier partners about emergency preparedness.

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In times of crisis, the worst thing in the world would be to have a speaker go silent from the stage when lifesaving words and actions would have made all the difference.

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New risks and threats pop up without warning, and the travel and event industry is particularly vulnerable to the changes.

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Planning for ZikaSeptember 1, 2016
By Laurie E. Sherwood and Sadaf A. Nejat

Planners owe a duty of care to attendees to disclose information on risks in traveling to a destination.

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