2020 has quickly gone from a promising year for the events industry into one of the most damaging, and the estimated recovery period has already shifted back several times.
Event professionals, along with the rest of the world, are trying to make the best of widespread lockdowns while eagerly anticipating the resumption of normal activities.
The most challenging aspect is that nobody really knows.
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There’s no guide book for a pandemic…
Another month has arrived, businesses are opening back up, moods are changing, and the pandemic feels way different than it did even two weeks ago.
The panic, the intense camaraderie, and the high levels of emotion haven’t died down necessarily, but they have shifted. Everyone seems to be settling in and getting things done rather than running around and buying up twenty packages of toilet paper for their two-person household (if that was you, no judgment – I’m just glad it’s over.)
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