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May/June 2021

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INDUSTRY VETS REVEAL WHAT TO DO WHEN THINGS GO WRONG AT AN EVENT
When things go wrong unexpectedly at a meeting or convention, veterans in the industry will tell you the most important thing to remember is not to panic.

After months of planning, the day has arrived for your event and, as luck would have it, the keynote speaker’s plane is delayed, there is a power outage, there’s a fire in the kitchen, the Wi-Fi is down, there are transportation mishaps, the audio equipment doesn’t work, the caterer’s truck broke down, parking is a nightmare, there aren’t enough rooms, your event is outside and it’s raining like cats and dogs, there’s not enough food, and most importantly, the bar is down to its last bottle of wine. And that’s all in the first hour!
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