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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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Receive Rave Reviews Whether You're Going for Broke or Booking on a Budget By

No matter the form entertainment takes, it’s the level of attendee engagement and the memories made that count.

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Why the Conference Center Environment ‘Helps Your Attendees Leave Differently Than When They Came’ By

Achieve better outcomes for your meetings and your budget.

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Theme Park MeetingsJanuary 1, 2015
Planners Take Attendees Off the Beaten Path in Orlando's Big Three By

From a Walk on the Wild Side to Potter and Penguins, It’s All About the Experience.

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The Fastest Way to an Attendee's Heart By

Sophisticated tastes drive the trend to provide cutting-edge culinary experiences at meeting hotels.

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The Final BillJanuary 1, 2015
Don't Get Blindsided by Extra Charges That Inflate Meeting Costs By

Savvy planners are finding that finely tuned contract processes and working their network help to keep budgets in line.

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A Blizzard of Dramatic Change Is Driven by Mobile Technology Combined With Social Media By

The explosion of technology continues to dramatically transform the meeting industry.

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2015 Meetings OutlookDecember 1, 2014
The View From Industry Insiders By

Everything is looking up for the meetings industry in 2015, which is a mixed blessing for planners: Group demand is up, but so too are room rates and travel costs.

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Specialize, Partner With Other Planners and Integrate With Clients to Succeed By

Independent planners excel when they concentrate on their finest skill sets and collaborate with other third parties.

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