Events that satisfy emotional needs and teach interpersonal
skills, alongside supporting professional development, and venues
that can offer completely secure environments will be key trends in
the future of the C&E industry, according to new predictions by
A lack of clarity around duty of care is causing confusion and
creating a sense that the conference and events industry is not
fully prepared for the security threats it might face, including
terrorism, according to the young event organisers on QHotels'
Event Profs Panel.
The events industry is slow to adopt new technologies and has
seen sustainability slide down the list of priorities according to
the young event profs on QHotels' Event Profs Panel. The findings
are part of the second
report from the group, formed by QHotels to bring events
professionals with less than five years' experience together, to
help shape the future of the C&E industry.
Event industry leaders need to tackle the perception issues
surrounding events, according to the rising stars on QHotels' Event
Profs Panel, who are concerned about the impact on future talent,
as well as training and career progression.
Over 70% of event organisers admitted they lost sleep the night
before an event, with two thirds losing up to two hours and an
astonishing one in ten losing over three hours, according to a new
survey into the wellbeing of events professionals.
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