One-third of destination management companies expect revenues from large corporate meetings — those with more than 200 attendees — to be flat or decrease in 2006, according to a new survey by Global Event Partners, a consortium of DMCs. Why? They attribute the dropoff in big meeting revenues to an increasing interest among meeting planners to hold smaller, more targeted events in intimate settings.
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