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The health care meetings landscape is changing at a staggering pace

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Is there a secret to climbing the ladder of success?

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In order to thrive and to succeed at the highest levels, humans need to balance work and play — not just in everyday work and life but also at business meetings and conventions.

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A saying among professional negotiators is, “Whoever is talking the most is probably losing.”

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Five-star service, built-in entertainment, better control of costs and that ever-elusive element of focus that a captive audience provides — these are some of the key reasons meeting planners cite when discussing programs based on cruise ships.

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When a meeting planner is tasked with planning an incentive — a reward that checks all the boxes in fulfilling an attendee’s dreams and desires — one prime-time piece of this puzzle is the destination.

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The concept of the gender pay gap has long been a point of contention across all industries and within businesses of all sizes.

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SO MUCH TO DO, SO MANY PEOPLE TO SEE! By

IMEX America, the largest meetings industry trade show in the U.S., will be bigger than ever September 10-12 at the Sands Expo and Convention Center at The Venetian® | The Palazzo® in Las Vegas.

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You already have a job as a meeting/event planner. It’s even possible to move up in your company over the coming months and years if you work hard.

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Asking planners what their biggest challenges are is like asking a firefighter what’s the most difficult part of responding to and extinguishing a multiple-alarm office building fire.

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