A recent survey conducted during the UKickstart event, instigated by etc.venues, has revealed that 32% of event professionals said they were planning to run live events this year.
Landing Forty Two, a London-based dedicated events space, has announced that it is now equipped to host hybrid events.
Three thousand students from the Vienna University of Economics and Business will be tested for coronavirus as part of a pilot project to see if rapid testing at the Austria Center Vienna is possible.
The idea is to take a swab just before an event starts and get the results back within 15 minutes. Researchers say that if the testing proves successful it will be a venue first.
The Royal Horticultural Halls (RHH) has announced that it can now host hybrid events after doubling its Wi-Fi capacity. The venue has also introduced a number of health and safety measures to ensure it is Covid-19 secure.
In addition to doubling the venue's Wi-Fi capacity, RHH have also placed Ethernet ports around the venue, with a separate port in the organiser’s office to ensure organisers and attendees can be connected to the internet.