Welcome to this week’s edition of the Road Ahead which includes:
- COVID-19 transmission updates
- MPW Web Series on 17 June – The New Partnership Landscape
- Strength in Numbers highlights
- The Aid Station: An inspiring story from the first Filipino to finish all World Marathon Majors
A few weeks after the Crowd Dynamics and Risk Management Masterclass sessions with Marcel Altenburg, we’re still getting requests to subscribe to the replay. Here’s how you can purchase access to the recordings and presentation slides.
Have a wonderful and safe weekend.
Restrictions in some countries are starting to loosen up and we see more organisers have started planning and running events. If you have recently staged a live in-person event please help the industry by taking a few minutes to fill in the simple survey and of course share it with others. Please allow two weeks after your event before completing the survey.
The next MPW Web Series will be on Thursday 17 June. A massively experienced panel to discuss: “The New Partnership Landscape: Challenges and Opportunities”
See you at these times: 7am New York, 12pm London, 3pm Dubai, 7pm Singapore, 9pm Sydney.
Valuable Strength in Numbers is an “open mic” fortnightly Zoom room to connect, ask for help with any challenge you may be facing, share ideas and lessons or just listen. This week, we heard valuable insights from organisers who are getting close to staging in-person events.
Next week, we meet Jaymie Pizarro, the first Filipino to finish all of the World Marathon Majors. Watch her inspiring story from discovering her passion for running at the age of 30 to becoming an icon known as the Bull Runner and launching her own marathon for first timers that has inspired thousands of Filipinos.