Small Meetings

Where Less Is MoreJanuary 1, 2018
The Sky’s the Limit for Successful Small Meetings at These Exceptional Retreats By Christine Loomis

Architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, pioneer of minimalist design and architecture, did not have small meetings in mind when he famously proclaimed that less is more. But he could have.

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From Rural to Urban, a Look at Locales That Cater to Planners’ Needs By Ron Bernthal

The revenue from small groups has become so important to most hotels that they are hiring small meetings sales specialists.

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'It's All About the Right Fit' By Derek Reveron

From lead times to demonstrating meeting value, meeting pros offer their best tips and advice for success.

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

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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Give Attendees a Fresh New Mindset — Without Leaving Their Comfort Zone By Gabi Logan

Planners are increasingly going glamping — taking their meetings and incentives to the mountain peaks, lunching around a campfire and teambuilding on the trail.

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That Spark Genuine Connections Among Attendees By Gabi Logan

Always an inventive group, planners are engineering the intangible: intimate meetings that spark genuine connections among attendees.

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Unique Experiences at Unique Venues Engage Attendees By Stella Johnson

The dark clouds are lifting. The outlook is brighter and meetings are back. For the first time in a number of years, the Meeting Professionals International (MPI) Business Barometer report reveals significant, uplifting shifts in the meeting and event industry. During the last few years of budget cuts and poor economic conditions, savvy meeting professionals […]

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