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Gaming ResortsAugust 1, 2017
Betting on Meetings With More Business-Focused Spaces and Services By

Several recent investments by properties in the gaming hubs of Las Vegas, Atlantic City and southeastern Connecticut show a laser focus on meetings.

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Finding a Great Fit Is No Small Task By

As with meetings of any size, choosing the right location for small meetings may be the most important consideration.

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Success Depends on How Well Planners Adapt Negotiating Tactics to the Current Market By

In any given year, the dynamics of contract negotiation are driven by the proverbial pendulum that swings back and forth between a seller’s market and a buyer’s market.

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From Culture and Customs to Contracts and Compliance, There’s a World of Concerns to Consider By

In a world without boundaries, financial and insurance companies must contend with a complex set of issues to make an international meeting or event go smoothly.

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Planners Face a Heightened Duty of Care Amid Growing Safety & Security Risks By

“When a crisis strikes an event, it is the meeting planner who is expected to know what to do.”

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Where Business and Pleasure Converge By

Offering the perfect mix of rewarding amenities and first-class meeting facilities.

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All-Inclusive = Excellent Value By

Incentive cruises can be terrific motivators for employees or clients, and a cruise-based meeting program has the benefit of controlling costs.

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Ensure a Memorable and Lasting Takeaway for Attendees By

The right choice will tie into the content and set the tone for the entire meeting.

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Meetings Are More Technology-Driven Than Ever — How Planners Can Keep Up By

Just as you become comfortable with the latest and greatest tool, something new arrives to take its place.

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'If it feels even a little uncomfortable, you already have your answer' By

Meeting planners are often beholden to a code of conduct that defines ethical behavior within their companies.

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