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How to Avoid Those Dreaded Meeting Goofs By

There may be no such thing as a perfect meeting, but a combination of foresight and adequate follow-up can overcome mistakes.

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Engaging Four Distinctly Diverse Sets of Values, Attitudes, Lifestyles and Communication Styles By

More than two-thirds of planners say the multigenerational work force will change the way they design meetings over the next five years.

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Planners Look to Cities With Suppliers Who Understand Compliance Guidelines By

A strong local medical community and suppliers who are certified and know the rules help cities become major players.

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How Hotels Are Changing to Attract Millennial Meetings By

From designer staff uniforms to nontraditional event spaces and cutting-edge technology, more hotels are catering to Gen Y preferences.

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From Coast to Coast, Appealing Options Await at Casino Hotels and Resorts By

Discover some planner favorites as well as what’s new from New Jersey to Nevada.

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Encouraging Green Initiatives at Events Is Good Business, Too By

A holistic approach to sustainability encompasses environmental, economic and social issues.

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Don’t eBlast Your Way Out of Contention — Stand Out From the Crowd By

There is a heightened awareness that eRFPs are becoming counterproductive for planners.

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Why Planners Are Keeping an Eye on These Cities By

Being able to identify destinations with the best meetings infrastructures is key, and the most meaningful are those with peer-to-peer recommendations.

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Some see an inexorable move toward increased collaborative consumption or sharing of resources in new ways. Others are less convinced.

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Exceptional Meetings and Events Are Created From the Ground Up, Starting With a Well-Defined Goal By

How, precisely, does an organization and its meeting planners create what will ultimately become recognized as successful meetings and events.

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