Budget Tips: Cost-Cutting Takeaways


Wednesday, July 27, 2011
1:00 PM EDT
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Meetings Webinar Club In this tumultuous economy, meeting planners and administrative professionals are challenged to do more with fewer resources. Would you like to learn how to save money on your next meeting or event? Don't miss this highly interactive, fast-paced workshop in which you will learn new techniques and tips as well as how to make the best deals that will impress your boss or client. You will receive 67 tips that are guaranteed to stretch your budget!

Join Meetings Media and top industry educator Bonnie Wallsh, CMP, CMM, to get tips from a veteran planner on the tried-and-true methods of stretching your meeting and event budget dollars.

By participating in this webinar, you will be able to:

  • Discover the 7 Common Mistakes that meeting planners and administrative professionals make in spending more money than was budgeted
  • Learn how you can save money by becoming more effective with your accounting; audiovisual; negotiating; shipping and postage; signage; speakers and entertainment; sponsorships; and staffing
  • Discover tips and techniques to guide you in planning creative food and beverage within your budget

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


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