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  • Turn the Tables on the F&B Minimum, 08 Dec 2016

    One of the main reasons that people love to attend face-to-face events is for the opportunity to network with likeminded professionals. While most meetings have dedicated…

  • The Prenup for Meetings and Events, 03 Dec 2016

    Get the best performance from your “out clause.” It’s in the contract for a reason—to give you an “out” in the event the hotel doesn’t provide…

  • Supercharge Your RFP by Sharing Your Meeting History, 30 Nov 2016

    As an event professional, you may already know what meeting history is and why it’s important. But if you’re new to this term, here’s a quick…

  • Increase Bookings Inside Event Room Blocks, 15 Nov 2016

    The Event Room Demand Study found that, on average, one in three group room reservations in the United States are booked outside of the contracted event…

  • 5 Tips for a Successful First Site Inspection, 11 Nov 2016

    Site inspections are the last check before you make your final decision on a hotel for your meeting, event or conference. This step is important because,…

  • Add Value to Your Event With Hotel Concessions, 28 Oct 2016

    Are you cashing in on these savings opportunities for your event? If you’re booking an event that includes 10 room nights or more, be sure to…

  • How to Successfully Book Space-Only Meetings, 22 Oct 2016

    Have you even been tasked with booking a space-only meeting? If you have, then you understand the struggle. If you haven’t yet, you need to be…

  • Protecting Room Blocks From Poachers, 20 Oct 2016

    There is nothing more frustrating than having all of your calculated hard work in securing hotel rooms for your event thrown off by a handful of…

  • The Quickest Path to the Best Venues, 13 Oct 2016

    Why chase after venues that don’t fit your event? Sounds crazy, right? Yet that’s exactly what thousands of planners do every day. You see, traditional RFP…

  • Power Your Event Consulting Engine, 29 Sep 2016

    Nobody retains your event planning agency to do administrative work. They hire you for brain power, creativity, and industry savvy, among other things.  So why spend…