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    1. MEET National Attendance to Exceed Expectations - International Meetings Review

      MEET National Attendance to Exceed Expectations - International Meetings Review

      The event is expected to draw nearly 1,000 visitors, bringing together meeting and event planning professionals with 120 leading suppliers representing hotels, resorts, meeting venues, convention and visitors bureaus, technology, event services and ...

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    2. The Line Item You Need To Add To Your Meeting Planning Budget - International Meetings Review

      The Line Item You Need To Add To Your Meeting Planning Budget - International Meetings Review

      You’ve looked at the budget for your meeting countless times. From F&B costs to room fees to equipment rentals to signage and staffing, you know the list of projected expenses all too well. However, you may be missing one surprising line item that can make a big difference in your meeting’s success. “Budget for attending a competitor’s meeting,” John Folks, President, Minding Your Business, told an audience at the 2015 PCMA Education Conference in Fort Lauderdale.

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    3. MPI Collaborates with DMAI to Provide Planning Tool for Meeting Planners - International Meetings Review

      MPI Collaborates with DMAI to Provide Planning Tool for Meeting Planners - International Meetings Review

      Through the web portal, meeting professionals can research and compare destinations as well as reach out to contacts at destination marketing organizations – also known as convention and visitors bureaus (CVBs) – representing destinations, hotels and ...

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    4. CEIR Report Looks at Latest Trends in Attendee, Exhibitor Spending at Events - International Meetings Review

      CEIR Report Looks at Latest Trends in Attendee, Exhibitor Spending at Events - International Meetings Review

      The Center for Exhibition Industry Research has released new reports on the economic benefits of conferences and conventions. Significantly, the latest studies suggest that attendees spend an estimated $44.8 billion at events while exhibitors spend an ...

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