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How Contracts and Negotiations have Changed with COVID-19
 
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The events industry was among the first sectors hit by the pandemic and will be one of the last to recover, forcing many event professionals to cancel or postpone scheduled events. In the process, it has raised questions (and concern) around contracts and ensuing obligations. Read More.
 
 
 
 
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Quebec City: A hotspot for incentive travel
 

Everyone likes a little recognition. And when it comes to rewarding office stars and top performers, sending them for a trip is an impactful way of rewarding good work. What makes for a memorable incentive travel destination? It’s the promise of unique surroundings, rejuvenating experiences, and entertaining adventures. It’s also a place that will be talked about long after employees get back to work. Read More.

 
 
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Providing shelter in a time of crisis
 

2020 has proven challenging for every Canadian, particularly for those who were vulnerable before the pandemic hit. Recognizing this, the Municipality of Chatham-Kent leveraged its local resources and partnerships to provide relief to community members who did not have a safe space to call home. Read More.

 
 
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Hotel Vie to debut Sopra Sopra Ristorante
 
Château Le Jardin’s Hotel Vie is set to take shape in Vaughan. This fall, the renowned meeting and events venue continued its plans to develop a 12-story luxury hotel at its central city location. And in addition to bringing new suites, offices, and networking spaces to the region, Hotel Vie will host the soon-to-be-famous Sopra Sopra Ristorante. Read More.
 
 
 
 
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Lessons Learned from Moving a Massive In-Person Event Online
 
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Taking the well-oiled machine that is Cvent CONNECT and transforming it into an entirely new experience wasn’t easy. From the initial pivot to getting buy-in, strategically designing the event to new technology considerations, here are lessons learned from moving the world’s largest event technology and hospitality conference online. Read More.
 
 
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