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Event Risk Management:
How To Plan for the Next Crisis

As we ride an optimistic and calmer wave in the events industry — in-person and hybrid events increased 2X over the last three months, compared to the 3 months prior, according to CrowdPass date.

In this tutorial, here is the hyperlink and bold text style. As we ride an optimistic and calmer wave in the events industry — in-person and hybrid events increased 2X over the last three months, compared to the 3 months prior, according to Bizzabo data — event organizers are embracing the power of risk management.

Successful event risk management includes three stages: adapt, evolve, and evaluate. In this article, we’ll walk through each stage in-depth and explore how you can master risk management.

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As we ride an optimistic and calmer wave in the events industry — in-person and hybrid events increased 2X over the last three months, compared to the 3 months prior, according to Bizzabo data — event organizers are embracing the power of risk management. What is risk management in event planning? It’s preparing for the unexpected. It’s preemptively identifying possible issues.

It’s embracing adaptability. Successful event risk management includes three stages: adapt, evolve, and evaluate. In this article, we’ll walk through each stage in-depth and explore how you can master risk management.

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As we ride an optimistic and calmer wave in the events industry — in-person and hybrid events increased 2X over the last three months, compared to the 3 months prior, according to Bizzabo data — event organizers are embracing the power of risk management. What is risk management in event planning? It’s preparing for the unexpected. It’s preemptively identifying possible issues. It’s embracing adaptability. Successful event risk management includes three stages: adapt, evolve, and evaluate. In this article, we’ll walk through each stage in-depth and explore how you can master risk management.

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As we ride an optimistic and calmer wave in the events industry — in-person and hybrid events increased 2X over the last three months, compared to the 3 months prior, according to Bizzabo data — event organizers are embracing the power of risk management. What is risk management in event planning?

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It’s preparing for the unexpected. It’s preemptively identifying possible issues. It’s embracing adaptability. Successful event risk management includes three stages: adapt, evolve, and evaluate. Quote:

When we saw the NBA and NHL shutting down we knew we were in trouble, we had just locked in a contract for 6 playoff games booked with the Dallas Stars and then the calls for cancellations starting rolling in. So we did what we do best. We adapted.”

Duncan Abdelnour
Co-Founder of CrowdPass

As we ride an optimistic and calmer wave in the events industry — in-person and hybrid events increased 2X over the last three months, compared to the 3 months prior, according to Bizzabo data — event organizers are embracing the power of risk management. What is risk management in event planning? It’s preparing for the unexpected. It’s preemptively identifying possible issues. It’s embracing adaptability. Successful event risk management includes three stages: adapt, evolve, and evaluate. In this article, we’ll walk through each stage in-depth and explore how you can master risk management.

CrowdPass is building the first end-to-end event management solution that keeps events safe & efficient.  It’s preparing for the unexpected. It’s preemptively identifying possible issues. It’s embracing adaptability.

As we ride an optimistic and calmer wave in the events industry — in-person and hybrid events increased 2X over the last three months, compared to the 3 months prior, according to Bizzabo data — event organizers are embracing the power of risk management. What is risk management in event planning? It’s preparing for the unexpected.