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    1. It takes an average of 20 to 30 minutes for a single sales person to respond to a single RFP.
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    2. Narrow Your Venue Selection by Answering These Questions

      Explore | mastertheevent.com (May 13 2016)

      Narrow Your Venue Selection by Answering These Questions ...I’m able to propose a selection of venues that are suitable for their event. The angle that I take during the RFP (request for proposal) stage is that I don’t want to waste a planner’s time and present a whack of venues ... (Read Full Article)

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    3. 6 Habits of the Forward Thinking Event Business

      Explore Event Manager Blog (Apr 22 2016)

      6 Habits of the Forward Thinking Event Business ... busy time. Often you have to ask “Is it worth it to deliver a proposal?” (Obvious) Advantage: a well written RFP may offer you access to a client you may not already be working with. Disadvantages: There is a high cost ... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   RFP   LinkedIn

    4. The Better, Faster, Easier e-RFP: Here at Last?

      Explore Meetings Net (Apr 21 2016)

      ...s dying,” says Mike Mason, CEO of Zentila. “It’s dying because planners and hoteliers have evolved, and the e-RFP is stagnant.” Further, he says, it was created for the wrong purpose. “The e-RFP was created to drive lead... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Orlando   Atlanta   RFP

    5. 10 Things Venues Hate About Event Planners

      Explore Event Manager Blog (Mar 7 2016)

      10 Things Venues Hate About Event Planners ...n again. Can you do a bowl food supper in the museum?” “Yes, John. There are full details and pictures in the RFP document” “Hi – another quick one. Are there menus in your RFP response?” “Yes, John. They’re all there – ... (Read Full Article)

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    6. New Ideas for Meetings in 2016: Flatbread, FOMO, Fresh Air

      Explore Meetings Net (Jan 29 2016)

      ...said. “Corporate groups want to be socially responsible, and want to give back. Since this is in almost every RFP we get, we need to come up with new ideas.” Some that are simple to incorporate include donating your flor... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Boston   RFP   CMP

    7. Town of Vail CSE Accepting Applications for 2016 Special Events Funding

      Explore exhibitoronline.com (Aug 27 2015)

      ...ll Navas, Coordinator, Commission on Special Events at snavas@vailgov.com by 5 p.m. MST, Monday, Sept. 21. An RFP amendment with all submitted questions and answers will be posted on the website and emailed to each submi... (Read Full Article)

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    8. Hosts Global Alliance DMCs and Clients Meet and Learn in Boston

      Explore Meetings Net (Aug 3 2015)

      ...g them training staff so that when they notice something, they know what to do. Planners, ECPAT also provides RFP language you can use in working with meeting industry suppliers, to require them to sign on to the Code. S... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Boston   RFP   DMC

    9. Global Gaming Expo Adds Top Talent to Leadership Team

      Explore exhibitoronline.com (Jul 30 2015)

      ...erience. He will add buyer perspective to the conference’s consultative approach. Further, after an intensive RFP process, G2E management and its partner, AGA, have selected Kirvin Doak Communications (KDC) as its public... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Las Vegas   RFP   Reed Exhibitions

    10. AV Tips to Save You Time and Tears On Site

      Explore Meetings Net (Jul 12 2015)

      ...s come together seamlessly, and keep you in the loop every step of the way. Here are five go-to tips for your RFP process for finding a partner who can save you time, headaches, and possibly tears on site: 1. Don’t Confu... (Read Full Article)

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    11. Navigating The First Real B-to-B Event Venue Shortage

      Explore Event Marketer (Jul 7 2015)

      Navigating The First Real B-to-B Event Venue Shortage ...manager-event and experiential marketing Erin Keating. For the first time ever, the brand had to issue a full RFP and go through a visitors and convention bureau. Companies that get squeezed out can thank the booming eco... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Las Vegas   Orlando   RFP

    12. 12 Tips for Pain-Free e-RFPs

      Explore Meetings Net (Dec 3 2014)

      ...r making the e-RFP process easier and more effective for everyone. Advice for planners, when submitting an e-RFP: Tip #1: Indicate how many hotels are receiving your e-RFP. The fewer hotels you include, the greater yo... (Read Full Article)

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    13. Meeting RFP Language That Can Change the World

      Explore Meetings Net (Oct 23 2014)

      ...Packard have already adopted similar RFP language. If your company is interested in joining The Code or adding our RFP language, please contact me at michelle@ecpatusa.org so that we can give you credit, too! ... (Read Full Article)

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    14. Keynoter Steve Gross Gives Playful Start to Booming IMEX America

      Explore Meetings Net (Oct 14 2014)

      ... which RFPs should get the greatest focus. In fact, Omni has developed a system of ranking leads so that each RFP gets a grade. “We respond fastest to those with the best prospects,” Faust explained. Second on the hotel... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Las Vegas   RFP   Meeting Professionals International

    15. Paying Your Meeting Vendor: 7 Models

      Explore Meetings Net (Sep 9 2014)

      ...stomer an accurate price for your services, you also need to make sure you’ve asked plenty of questions. Most RFP processes include a Q&A session and, in all fairness, the companies we work with are willing to be as fort... (Read Full Article)

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    16. Better proposals mean better outcomes

      Explore Plan Your Meetings (Jul 31 2014)

      Better proposals mean better outcomes ... have this conversation, you might not be working with the right supplier. Finally, remember that sending an RFP is the starting point, not the deal. Successful negotiating requires a detailed proposal, with both sides ... (Read Full Article)

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