The Future of Luxury Meetings

SOME MEETINGS ARE never going to take place at a luxury hotel. Alicen Holmes, a meeting planner with Cisco Systems in San Jose, Calif., and panelist at the Ritz-Carlton Luxury Meetings Forum, an event for meeting trade editors held at the Ritz-Carlton Lake Las Vegas January 26 to 29, said that she is one of few in her company allowed to book Ritz-Carlton, because her events are for top executives of Fortune 500 companies. The all-employee meetings are a different kettle of fish. Echoin

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