Unraveling learnings that Covid-19 brought about, Copenhagen Convention Bureau is launching a Risk Assessment project for the organisation of congresses.
In an effort to bridge the gap between international associations and local suppliers when it comes to risk-sharing management, the new project aims at indentifying potential risks and sharing of experiences and best practices in a global meeting context.
Through desk research, surveys, and interviews, Copenhagen CVB will map the primary risks for each stakeholder group.
“The urgent need for a better, mutual understanding of what risk is to one another in the international meetings ecosystem will hopefully lead to a stronger two-way communication on the subject and us all doing better business together. We sincerely hope the project will inspire and create awareness of risk on an organisational level as well as generate new thoughts and perspectives that will benefit future industry collaborations”, says Bettina Reventlow-Mourier, Deputy Director of Conventions at Wonderful Copenhagen.
Copenhagen CVB is working closely together with several selected national and international stakeholder groups in order to assemble all findings in a final report, which is expected to be finished in June 2023.