On Event Production: Meeting in a Box

Small meetings offer unique opportunities and challenges. In fact, sometimes it's the smaller event that can really test your skills and resourcefulness. A program with fewer attendees typically means less formality, less production, and--you guessed it--less money. Nevertheless, you'll want to present a professional meeting--good audio, a tasteful environment, quality graphics and video, first-rate speaker and entertainment--even if there are only 50 people in the audience. That's because at

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