Conference Centers: Down to Business


Wednesday, June 24, 2009
1:00 PM EDT
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What You'll Learn:
Meetings have always needed to be productive. But now, in these tough economic times, it is as critical to show the value of meetings both to stakeholders and the public.

Conference centers—which differ in many ways from hotels, and even more from convention centers—have always been in the meetings business, and their main purpose is to support business and education. It's all in how they are designed and in the amenities, as well as in their pricing. In short, conference centers may be an ideal option for planners who want to emphasize the business objectives of their meetings in these days of public and government scrutiny of meeting programs.

Join Meetings Media and Joan Eisenstodt, a premier meetings industry educator and consultant, for this free one-hour webinar, and learn how conference centers can get your group “down to business.”

Some of the key points covered in this webinar will include the following:

  • Differentiation factors about conference centers that best support meetings

  • Pricing that will ensure money-saving features

  • Training features that will delight participants, trainers, facilitators and speakers—and you, the meeting planner

  • Why conference centers are especially viable in today’s economic environment

Earn CEUs:
Each webinar is worth up to .1 points toward the initial CMP application and up to 1 point toward recertification through the Convention Industry Council.

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