Meeting in Europe: Is It Getting Any Easier?

As increasing numbers of U.S. companies go global, meeting in Europe has become commonplace. Most attendees think no differently about hopping a plane to London than hopping a plane to Boston.

"There are no country boundaries today," comments Andy Dolce, president and CEO of Dolce International. "People meet where their businesses are, and they talk about Amsterdam and Brussels in the same breath as Chicago and New York." Twenty-five percent of all meetings at Dolce's conference resor

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