The question doesn’t seem to be if we must boycott the upcoming FIFA World Cup, the question is actually how to boycott the most awaited soccer tournament.
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The experience of the QC Terme facility in New York merges the many benefits of thermalism with the best in class food experience. In a place like this the words "food for the soul" are more than appropriate. Imagine to dive into a hot steamy water and then with just your bathrobe on sit on a comfy sunbed. Open your eyes while the bubbles of the Prosecco gently scratch your throat: the sunset hits the skyscrapers of Manhattan. The lights of the many windows start to shine to compose a starry night.
In a year marked by the pandemic, the Municipality of Milan launched an official Convention Bureau for the city, responding to the need to support the relaunching of business tourism and answering a longtime need of national and international operators. Read for more.
The calendar of events in the upcoming months here in the economic hub of Italy features a long list of tradeshows. Some of them have always been in September or October while other have moved from their original dates in Spring to the fall of 2020. Just a quick look at the list of events tells how Milan deserves the title of fashion capital of the world.
Universities in Milan are once again among the top ranked by two different institutions the QS Quacquarelli Symonds and the Financial Times. Both the Università Luigi Bocconi and the Politecnico di Milano are listed in the two charts for the several achievements in terms of education and research.
Even if it is kind of early to clearly judge the spread of the coronavirus in the past 10 days, it seems that the softening of the extreme measures adopted so far has not caused any major peak in the epidemic curve. Phase three of the lockdown starts on the 18th of May
Among the many industries deeply affected by the economic crisis due to the coronavirus outbreak, the live event sector is probably the last one which will have a chance to recover. Live events mean large gatherings of people and the last thing that we need right now is to see so many people all under one roof. The containment measures adopted so far are working to stop the spread of the virus and there is nothing that the event professionals can do to turn their live events in people-less occasions. Virtual events are for sure an option but the total income generated by these experiences will not be enough to support the meeting industry.