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They’re Taking A Bigger Slice Out of the Group Business Pie By

Regular group business is certainly of interest to hoteliers, and that’s just what small meetings offer, especially in recent years.

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The Gen Y FactorApril 1, 2015
Millennials Are ‘Leading the Charge’ for Meeting Innovations By

Now that millennials are expected to outnumber baby boomers this year, their proclivities and preferences are of paramount interest to, well, everyone.

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Experts Reveal Alarming Vulnerabilities and How to Prevent Them By

If information security at your meetings isn’t near the top of your list of things to worry about, it should be.

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Perception and Transparency Issues Challenge Pharma Meeting Planners Still By

Concerns about optics have forced pharmaceutical companies to set limits on the amounts of money they can spend on hotel rooms, meals and other costs.

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Winning properties from coast to coast that offer unmatched value and an exceptional range of meeting, dining and entertainment options all under one roof.

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Topping the Trends for 2015 Are Individualized, Personalized Experiences By

Incentive travel is predicted to grow into 2016, with an emphasis on customized programs that connect with the individual.

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Chefs, restaurateurs and hoteliers are providing F&B experiences that are less formal yet high in quality and more interactive.

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Traveler BewareMarch 1, 2015
Safety and Security Concerns Have Never Been Greater By

For meeting and incentive program planners, the first step to risk assessment is risk awareness.

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Meetings at SeaFebruary 1, 2015
New Experiences, New Value on Deck By

Meeting pros are regularly rotating cruises into their incentive travel program mix for the all-inclusive value, range of amenities and most of all the often exotic experience.

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CVBs Work Hard to Dispel Common Misconceptions and Tout Little Known Virtues By

Convention and visitors bureaus show planners creative new ways to use their cities.

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