5 Strategies for Making Your Virtual Conference as Valuable as a Face-to-Face Event

Submitted by lpsavas@tsnn.com on Wed, 04/01/2020 - 14:06

The coronavirus pandemic has shifted the nation, disrupting work and home life on an unprecedented scale. Among the dramatic changes has been the cancellation of nearly all types of events and business conferences that were scheduled to take place over the next several months. 

Convention Centers Transform Into Hospitals in the Fight Against COVID-19

After closing their doors to trade shows and events due to the coronavirus pandemic, many convention centers across the U.S. are taking on an entirely different role. This week, many are being converted into makeshift medical facilities to help relieve beleaguered hospitals and staff so they can provide better care for more serious and critical patients. Take a look. 

Las Vegas Convention Center's Expansion Moves Forward Pouring 600K Sq. Ft. of Concrete

The massive Las Vegas Convention Center project continued to move forward, with construction workers on behalf of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority beginning the extensive process of pouring 600,000 square feet of concrete flooring in the main exhibit hall in the new West Hall expansion.

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