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It was a unique opportunity for dialogue. Two and a half months after Britain’s stunning vote to leave the European Union, the Washington, D.C.–based Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) held its annual European conference. This was the first CASE Europe conference held outside of the United Kingdom, where most of CASE’s European members are based. Instead, in a fitting geographical twist, the location was Brussels.
The best way to start customer or business relationships off on the right foot is to treat people with respect. We hope this infographic will allow you to do just that, by helping you navigate the world of global manners.
When it comes to suppliers, meetings and procurement departments essentially want the same thing — to secure the most reasonable price on quality goods and services. So why do they often wrangle over who knows best?
Different countries have unique meeting customs, so keep these things in mind when planning a cross-cultural affair. When planning a meeting oversees—or hosting a group of international executives—there are subtle, yet important, social cues to keep in mind.
Austin, Hamburg, Auckland, Medellin, Bangalore and many more cities with good international access are emerging as “new world cities,” and the convention industry is playing a growing role in their development.
New Study Reveals Meeting Planner Insights On What Works in Business Events Marketing
What are the leading sources of information in shaping meeting planners’ perception of a destination? What are the best ways to reach planners on behalf of your destination? Which locations are viewed most favorably by decision makers?
Meeting planners are most influenced by face-to-face interactions with destination representatives — as one might expect — according to Development Counsellors International's recent study. Other results, however, are more surprising.
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