Should You Go?

For incentive planners, it's a small world. One incident in Southeast Asia has repercussions all the way across Europe.

“If there's an international travel incident anywhere in the world, our participants are not going to want to go on their trip,” says Richard A. Kaback, vice president, travel services and incentives, at Don Jagoda Associates Inc., in Melville, N.Y. “One client asked me, ‘What if there's another incident in Bali?’ — even though their trip was to the Mediterranean. It

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