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Finding the ideal destination for an incentive group meeting or event — is part art, part science

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Accommodating people with disabilities is the law, but there are plenty of reasons for companies to go above and beyond to create a welcoming environment for these folk

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Closing the annual meeting or incentive program with the big-name musical artist may be a cliché form of corporate entertainment, but it’s also undeniably effective.

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Take this quick ethics quiz: A destination that you have no foreseeable interest in booking offers an exotic familiarization (FAM) trip. Do you go?

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The experiential trend in the meetings industry looks to continue into 2020, and into the foreseeable future. Attendees of all types of meetings, not just incentive programs, seem more than ever to crave engagement beyond run-of-the-mill sessions and meal functions.

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Throughout the history of meeting planning, attendees have traveled to gather in one destination.

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Unlike the high-profile CEO, the head of a company’s meetings department often remains ‘behind the scenes,’ and only impacts great numbers of employees and clients through the events he or she oversees

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Marissa Torres, CMP, operations manager with COTC Events in South Florida, a Hosts Global member, believes tech’s impact on meetings will lessen

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When it comes to deciding where to set a meeting, gaming resorts are often an excellent choice

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The health care meetings landscape is changing at a staggering pace

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