7 Tips for Ethical Fam Trips

7 Tips for Ethical Fam Trips

By Andy McNeill

Along with the long hours spent on site at your meetings, the countless airport hassles you endure, and the weekends you sacrifice, there are a few perks that come with being a professional in the meetings and events industry. A familiarization (or “fam”) trip is one of them. In exchange for your time, the fam host, or hosts, will usually pay your expenses or provide a significant discount in order to give you an up-close look at a destination, cruise ship, hotel

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