While each meetings-in-a-box program will differ based on a company’s priorities and strategic meetings management program, here are six steps you can take to get started: 1. Define “Small” Clearly define what constitutes a “small” or “turnkey” meeting at your company. This definition may be based on a combination of factors, such as number of attendees, total spend for the event, maximum number of room-nights, and business purpose of the meeting. Be aware that there will always be ...

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