Meetings International, No. 26: Table of Contents
Strong Networks and Even Stronger Relationships Are Critical to Success
Economic DevelopmentChantal Sturk-Nadeau on one of the world’s largest strategies in scale and scope.
Lies – When Social Lubricants Become Dangerous Weapons
Psychological MeetingsHans Gordon on lying, concealing, distorting and denying facts as ever-present political tools.
The Evolution of Faroese Music
RadarThe next step is to develop connections between artists and the international music market.
Reflect, Reset and Redefine
Industry IdentityElizabeth Rich is a keen observer of an industry which remains close to her heart.
Forum Unites Ancient Societies with Global Investors on a Futuristic Platform
Ancient KnowledgeThe world’s indigenous communities are owners of highly innovative businesses.
New Study Spotlights How Socio-Political Changes in Europe Impact Events
White PaperCurrent trends influencing Europe as a meetings destination.
Copenhagen CB Strengthens Its Business Model for Congresses
StrategyCopenhagen Convention Bureau shares their insight and knowledge.
How the Pandemic Will Change Business Events for the Better
Technology PivotOne thing is clear: technology will play an even more significant role moving forward.
Brain Research Shows Added Value in Live Events
RadarVideo cannot replace an event, but it does extend the lifespan of an event.
Don’t Accept Webinars as Good Enough
Demand NetworkingWe need to sit down and evaluate what we are doing. Are we rolling towards the abyss?
IBTM World Virtual 2020 Goes Live
Radar Over 10,000 meetings due to take place over the three days of the event.
×5 Your Positivity and Productivity During the Pandemic
SharmaGetting you into the rare-air that very few know.
Here East: An Intellectual Ecosystem
Adding ValueInnovation campus in the heart of the Olympic Village on the eastern fringes of central London.
A Political Perspective
KellermanRoger Kellerman wants us to learn what fragile states means for business.