Paying attention to key details can ensure your meeting (and career) is a success. By Derek Reveron

Planners wage a never-ending battle against Murphy’s Law, which says that what can go wrong probably will. That’s why it’s rare that events proceed completely flawless from beginning to end. Events typically can survive minor slip-ups, some of which attendees may not even notice. But big blunders can ruin an event or make attendees so […]

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

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

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EthicsNovember 1, 2013
Why You Should Forget the Freebies and Go Down the Right Path By Stella Johnson

The subject of ethics in business is a very relevant topic of conversation at meetings and events throughout the country, especially among insurance and financial services companies.

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