Free webinar on managing meeting spend

Save the date: 2pm-3pm ET (11am-Noon PT), Thursday, October 14, 2004

OnVantage (which was recently created in the merger of Plansoft and seeUthere) is sponsoring a free webinar for corporate travel and meeting executives called “Best Practices: Managing Corporate Meeting Spend.”

Jay Roseman, Vice President of American Express Corporate Meeting Solutions, North America, Debbie Boschee, CMP, Director, Conference & Meeting Services of Prudential Financial, and Sharon Marsh, CMP, Team Lead, Event Marketing, PeopleSoft, Inc., will review the latest industry trends from the just-released survey, "The Meetings Group: Corporate Meeting Spend Survey 2004." Topics include tips and best practices on visibility, process control, and cost reduction.

If you are trying to get a handle on increasing meeting expenses, figure out how to implement a preferred-provider strategy, or develop an understanding of your company's total meeting expenditures, the webinar will help you learn what other corporations include and mandate in their meeting policies and find out if your company is ahead or behind the curve, in terms of collecting and leveraging meeting spending data. This Webinar is based on a benchmark survey conducted in September 2004, exclusively for Corporate Meetings & Incentive, Insurance Conference Planner and Medical Meetings magazines, and published by The Meetings Group, a Primedia Business Group of Publications.

OK, so maybe I have a vested interest in this one since my group did the research it's based on, but I read the Benchmark Survey, and am looking forward to learning more about how all this works in the real world. Plus, it's FREE!

Click here to register.

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