With Minorities Becoming the Majority, Inclusive Meetings are Key to Success By Derek Reveron

Planning diverse/multicultural corporate meetings was once a niche endeavor for planners because attendees, speakers and panelists were predominately white males. Those days are steadily coming to an end.

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

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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Of the many things a meeting planner must think about today, one of the most important — and most often overlooked — is how generational and cultural differences among attendees can impact an event.

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How to Avoid a Culture Clash and Foster a Sense of Unity By George Seli

The increasingly global character of business in the 21st century has had many effects on corporate life, and one of the most salient is multicultural meetings. When companies expand their operations into new countries, develop their customer base globally, or merge with or acquire international firms, a variety of events with multicultural attendance often ensues, […]

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