Introduction The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all markets globally, along with businesses and consumers of event services. Of note, however, are the digital solutions, such as delivery applications, online streaming services, and online museum tours as well as online digital concert halls, which represent elements that have become mandatory options given the current circumstances. In
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