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March 29, 2018

Americas: 6 Ways to Integrate Social Media Into Your Crisis Plan

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As your attendees are headed to your meeting, they see a post on social media about a bomb threat made against the venue. Are you ready to respond? How will you keep your attendees informed about events that affect them, especially when they are onsite at your event?

During a recent MeetingsNet webinar (now available for viewing on demand), David Lau, a counterterrorism and security professional who currently delivers training to U.S. federal agencies, focused on preparing for an active threat during your meeting or event. As you develop your plan, he said, a key component is communication—with your team, hospitality partners, your attendees, and even the public.

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