The Latest Contract and Negotiation Tips, from PCMA


Thursday, January 16, 2014
1:00 PM EST
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The legal and negotiations landscape is constantly shifting as economic cycles fluctuate and new technology and other meeting needs impact how your groups meet, and how facilities need to accommodate them. Learn some of the new techniques facilities may employ to get a leg up in a meeting contract, and how you can identify and react to protect your organization.

Join Meetings Focus, attorneys and industry educators Joshua L. Grimes, Esq., Attorney at Law, Grimes Law Offices, LLC and Tyra Hilliard, and contracts and negotiation expert Terri Woodin, from Meeting Sites Resource, on January 16 at 1:00 PM ET, for this informative one-hour Meetings Focus On Location roundtable discussion to find out what new and existing contract clauses you need to be on the lookout for, and what clauses you should consider putting in your contracts.

Among other topics, attendees will learn the following:
   • New contract clauses that facilities are adding, and how to react to them 
   • Traditionally vexing clauses planners should always we aware of 
   • How to protect your organization from liability 
   • Negotiation strategies that will give you the upper hand


Earn CEUs: This webinar is worth 1 Project Management clock hour of continuing education toward the initial CMP application and recertification through the Convention Industry Council. 


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