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Event planning in a socially distanced world

Arcler Education Inc
COVID-19 has an impact not just on human health but also on economics at the national and global levels. The event management or event planning industry is one of the most affected industries internationally by this epidemic since it is a business where people come in large numbers to celebrate an occasion. Effective planning is an ongoing activity, and better policies should be adaptable and flexible; they require a solid foundation and a simple framework. The timing and location of an event can have a substantial impact on its overall success. This book discusses the impact of COVID-19 on event businesses and how they are dealing with it. The book also looks at how large event management has changed since COVID-19. The primary goal of this book is to investigate the nature and profile of the event business, as well as to examine contemporary industrial trends and concerns.
Author Bio
Maria Rellie B. Kalacas is a licensed professional teacher and a mother of three respectful, endearing and God fearing children. She is also a dynamic researcher who has built her platform of healthy life balance and wellbeing on the back of thirteen year teaching career in Laguna State Polytechnic University Santa Cruz, Campus, Santa Cruz, Laguna, Philippines. She is holding the position of Assistant Professor III in the College of Industrial Technology department of Food Technology. She finished her Doctor of Philosophy major in School Leadership and Management at St. Dominic Savio College, Caloocan City, Philippines. She also completed her Master of Arts major in Technology and Home Economics from Laguna State Polytechnic University, Philippines. She also took up Master of Arts in Industrial Education major in Hotel and Restaurant Management at Eulogio “Amang” Rodriguez Institute of Science and Technology, Santa Mesa, Manila, Philippines. A member and awardee of Asian Community Social Response Humanitarian Ministry (ACSR) May 2018.With three Patented Utility Model research works and researches presented in the country.