With many conferences and conventions rescheduled, several of the city’s top chefs are hard at work planning new ways of using food to bring people together.
Despite the ongoing restrictions on large in-person gatherings, local and provincial associations are finding creative ways to host their conferences and events.
Local convention, hotel execs hope higher capacity limits trigger fall rebound for beleaguered industry
Ottawa businesses catering to meetings and conventions saw revenues virtually wiped out in the wake of COVID-19.
Professional meeting and event facilities are allowed to host gatherings of up to 50 people in individual rooms or event spaces within a building.
With previous iteration dogged by rowdy behaviour, new organizer DNA Live says event will ‘not be a gong show’
New initiative helps organizers bid on conferences and events
In sports, it’s considered a virtue to go out at the top of one’s game.
With its distinctive spherical shape and clear glass façade, the Shaw Centre makes an impression on visitors before they even step through its doors.
Some of Ottawa’s economic development agencies are looking to boost the capital’s reputation as a premier destination for conferences and events through a new program that turns local bus
At Shaw Centre, the focus is on much more than hosting events and staying profitable.