Staff Writer
Jan 30, 2019

What's coming up in CEI's March issue

A sneak peek of what we have planned for the first quarter of the year.

Starting in 2019, the CEI print magazine will be published every quarter, spotlighting key developments in the industry to better inform event planners and decision makers.

The state of agencies

The upcoming March issue takes a deep dive into the state of event agencies. We tackle the performance and relationships between stakeholders across the industry. Undeniably, the events industry has undergone a massive shift in recent years with the rapid adoption of...

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