Risk Management

Open AccessFebruary 1, 2020
Best Practices for Making the Disabled Feel Welcome at Any Event By Christine Loomis

Step-by-step guide to accommodate attendees with disabilities

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Avoiding Planning Pitfalls in Today’s Litigious Environment By Christine Loomis

The state of the world has impacted meetings, travel and hospitality.

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Prepare for the Worst, Expect the Best By Maura Keller

The prospect of a meeting disruption is more a matter of “when” than “if.”

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Private, Secure MeetingsFebruary 1, 2018
Destinations That Offer Added Protections for Sensitive Business By Mark Rowh

Keeping high-level meetings on the down-low makes site selection especially challenging for insurance and financial services company meeting professionals.

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Planners Face a Heightened Duty of Care Amid Growing Safety & Security Risks By Sara Churchville

“When a crisis strikes an event, it is the meeting planner who is expected to know what to do.”

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Offsite Meetings Are Frequent Targets for Identity Thieves By Mark Rowh

Protecting digital information held by employees or clients should be a high priority for planners.

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Risk ManagementMay 1, 2014
Assure Personal Safety and Data Security With a Solid Crisis Management Plan By Karen Brost

The best way to minimize risk is to develop an effective crisis management plan and then make sure that it’s implemented.

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Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late to Safeguard Your Attendees and Secure Your Information By Derek Reveron

It’s the worst of all planner nightmares: A crisis suddenly strikes a meeting or event, and meeting planners and their staffs scramble furiously to figure out what to do, whom to call and how and what to communicate to attendees.

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