Which factors shape future events?

New whitepaper by Future Meeting Space


Constant change and progress shape our society. As a mirror of society business events adapt flexibly to these circumstances. The Covid-19 pandemic in particular has brought additional momentum to transformation processes that had already begun.

Therefore, the latest whitepaper published by the Future Meeting Space innovation network revolves around one central thesis: the ecosystem of events will change to a great extent and for the long term. Based on ten fields of action, the research identifies challenges and opportunities arising from a variety of influencing factors to work out usage scenarios for physical, hybrid and virtual meeting spaces.

Change in mobility
A concise example is our living and working environment: home office and virtual communication have largely replaced commuter mobility and business trips, at least temporarily. In the urban context, new forms of mobility are emerging, such as micro- or electromobility, which will impact the mobility ecosystem as well.

Greater awareness for sustainability
Sustainability is playing an increasingly important role worldwide. With a more sustainable and equitable economy, our world should be kept livable for future generations. Developments such as green tech are succeeding in combining the environment, science, and business in harmony with nature. An aspect with growing importance in the event world, with a lot of potential to expand.

Read more details about these two and eight other topics that will impact on future business events in the new whitepaper.

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