Meetings in a Box

Establishing prenegotiated packages for small meetings means less risk, increased savings, and greater efficiencies.

It happens all the time: A senior exec wants to hold a small meeting and asks an administrative assistant to book it at a local hotel. The admin calls the hotel to inquire about available space, chooses the menus, arranges for audiovisual equipment, maybe even books a few sleeping rooms for out-of-towners. He or she then signs the contract, and they’re good to go.

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