GBTA Convention will address the recent issues in business travel with findings from travel professionals who attend the event.
Join us, November 17-19 in Orlando, Florida - Orange County Convention Center. Find out how GBTA and OCC are keeping you safe during COVID-19.
Join us for state-of-the-art education at GBTA Convention 2021 held November 17-19 in Orlando, Florida. View and learn more about all session topics, including duty of care, risk management, sustainability, and more.
GBTA Convention is the world’s largest gathering of business travel professionals. Exhibiting opportunities are available for GBTA Convention 2021. Learn more about exhibiting in Orlando today.
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When GBTA Convention 2021 takes place on November 17-19, nearly 2 years will have passed since the business travel community has come together in person. As an attendee, you can rest assured that as we plan for the industry’s flagship event the safety of our attendees is our #1 top priority. Find out how GBTA and the Orange County Convention Center (OCCC) will keep you safe during GBTA Convention 2021.
OCCC has received its Global Biorisk Advisory Council® (GBAC) STAR™ accreditation on outbreak prevention, response and recovery. GBAC is a division of ISSA (International Sanitary and Supply Association) and composed of international leaders in the field of microbial-pathogenic threat analysis, mitigation, response and recovery. GBAC led the effort on the SARS outbreak and was the lead agency in the eradication of Ebola. GBAC provides training, guidance, accreditation, crisis management assistance and leadership to government, commercial and private entities looking to mitigate, address and/or recover from biological threats in real-time.
Recognized as the gold standard of safe venues, the Orange County Convention Center (OCCC) is one of the largest venues in the nation to receive the GBAC STAR™ accreditation, view the press release.
Find out what measures the OCCC, OIA and Orlando’s restaurants and hotels took to enhance safety for event attendees.
“The convention was a success, and has kickstarted the conventions industry again.”
Carolyn Martin, CM | Destination Services Sr. Manager,
GBTA understands that a portion of our attendees may be vaccinated prior to the event. The health and safety protocols established by GBTA are applicable to all attendees regardless of vaccination status. The CDC notes that we are still learning how well the vaccines keep people from spreading COVID-19 and vaccinated individuals should continue to adhere to prevention measures that reduce spread when participating in events of this size.
Many of our protocols have been elevated beyond those recommended by CDC, State of Florida, and OCCC, in order to ensure your safety and set an example for the industry. All attendees need to do their part to ensure the health and safety event participants, staff, and partners.
GBTA expects all attendees to comply with these elevated protocols throughout the event. Should an attendee be found violating protocols multiple times, GBTA will ask the attendee to leave the event at which point the attendee will not be allowed to return and their event registration will be cancelled. Registration cancellation may result in financial responsibility for the attendee. GBTA will not provide reimbursement or credit of any kind incurred resulting from non-compliance and cancellation. Thank you in advance for helping us demonstrate safe event protocols to the industry!
Have a question about what GBTA and the Orange County Convention Center are doing to ensure the healthy and safety of our attendees? Email email@example.com.