The Power of the Preferred Vendor

Good service can be hard to come by these days, but when using a preferred vendor you enhance your chances of having a flawless meeting

Selecting venues can be a costly and stressful aspect of your job, but it doesn't have to be. I recommend that meeting managers create a list of their preferred vendors — those companies that are reliable, professional, and most willing to stay within your budgetary guidelines — to avoid starting from scratch each time you have to search for a venue.

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