|From shielding yourself, your clients and your livelihood from data breaches and legal liability to protecting your attendees in case of an emergency, here are the apps, tips and checklists that will help keep you and everyone else safe and secure.|
Hope for the best but plan for the worst. Smart Meetings asked experts John Whitney IV of Emergency Concierge International and Joseph Veneman of StaffMate Online for their top tips for emergency planning.
Whether it is hurricanes, fire, live shooters or picketers, these cautionary tales from speakers who have lived through the worst-case scenario will help attendees stay safe.
To make an experience extraordinary, you must think big. And possibly build big. If you’re renting equipment for your next event, here are the basics on what and how to rent safely.
Meeting planners face an ever-increasing number of liability issues due to disasters, such as fires, floods and acts of terrorism. This will help you navigate the issues.