In an op-ed, Professor Amy Webb offers advice for how event planners should approach rescheduling events for the fall, noting that organizers would be wise to think like a futurist by considering all potential sources of disruption
— April 9, 2020
Excerpt from Fortune -- "By now, everyone has a COVID cancelation story. The South by Southwest festival, which last year brought more than 400,000 people to Austin and generated $355 million in revenue, was canceled a week before it was set to begin. Finals for the Scripps National Spelling Bee, which hundreds of students compete in each year, was suspended. The Eurovision Song Contest was canceled for the first time since it began in 1956."