The Future of Meetings & Events: Accelerating your comeback after COVID

Posted on 3 June 2020

As the hospitality industry prepares for the post-COVID comeback, iVvy’s free webinar with leading industry panelists offers venue operators strategies, tactics and forecasts for recovery.

Hospitality consultant Heather Hart, Twickenham Experience Ltd Managing Director Nils Braude, Mathew Jayne of Unique Venues of Manchester and Jonathan Lui, Director of Revenue Strategy and Marketing Operations of GLH Hotels join iVvy’s Rachael Grimsey in an exclusive digital event to chart the ‘new normal’ as venues across the UK and Europe re-open.


Accelerating your comeback after COVID

10am, Thursday 11 June 2020

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Gain first-hand advice from hospitality leaders on best practices to accelerate your venue’s recovery. From technology and automation to revenue management and profitability amid reduced capacity, The Future of Meetings & Events promises actionable insights to fast-track your business.

What will the ‘new normal’ look like for venues, organisers and attendees? From air travel to airport transfers, hotel check-in to delegate registration and catering, the business of events in a post-COVID climate is markedly different. Venue operators must stringently uphold new regulations on hygiene, function space capacity, employee training and emergency response.

What impact will this have on revenue management, operational costs and event logistics? iVvy’s expert round-table of industry leaders dive into the heart of events in this exclusive webinar.

The FREE webinar will cover key issues for operators including:

  • Key strategies for success as venues prepare to re-open in the coming weeks
  • Tactics to maximise efficiency and revenue, even with a diminished workforce
  • Technology and automation to achieve more with less
  • Opportunities for venues – big and small
  • The ‘new normal’ – forecasts for the future of meetings and events

This exclusive event is tailored for venue operators and strictly limited to 100 attendees.
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