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Meetings & Incentives at Sea By

There are plenty of compelling reasons to consider a meeting or incentive trip at sea. “From the immersive exploration experiences at each destination to the spacious comfortable suites onboard, from the exquisite cuisine at all restaurants to the expert personalized service at every turn, your attendees will be able to experience the ultimate memory-making travel […]

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Effectively using technology is as important to meeting and event planners as to any Fortune 500 company — maybe even more because when planning an event every dollar counts. Technology has become a mission-critical tool for meeting planners and for many, the internet offers inexpensive, viable solutions for their technology needs. With each new day, […]

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You spend months planning a meeting and finalize plans shortly before the start date. Days before the meeting, the corporate stakeholder wants to change the theme and replace some speakers. “There is a reason meeting and event planning is fourth behind fire, police and air traffic controllers in stressful jobs. When things threaten to fall […]

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A   business conference that includes family members, especially children, may seem counter-productive to work. Won’t parents be distracted and more likely to skip out on core conference events? Will parents who do attend daytime functions likely leave them early and skip important evening networking with colleagues? Don’t children add the necessity for more security, oversight […]

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As most experienced planners will agree, destination management companies are destination experts and far-sighted professionals who gather meeting planners’ visions and help pull the threads of an event together by providing creative solutions and event design concepts that truly “wow.”

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There was a time when planners chose meeting destinations by selecting one of the biggest that offered the most of everything at the best prices.

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You’ve crossed every T and dotted every I in your hotel contract for an upcoming conference. You’ve taken every possible precaution to mitigate potential risk to you and your company.

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What will the meeting room of the future look like? How will it function? What innovations in technology and the science of learning will drive its evolution?

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What better way for a group to connect with the culture of a legacy destination than to give a passé product a jazz funeral?

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One of the most personalized ways that a hotel chain caters to its group clients is via its national sales representatives.

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