With more companies centralizing their meeting management and consolidating expenditures, the focus is primarily on larger meetings — those with more than 100 people and multiple room nights. Day meetings and meetings of fewer than 50 people often don't show up on many meeting planners or procurement officials' radar screens. “Nobody wants to deal with small meetings,” says Tom Maguire, director, Eventcom Technologies by Marriott, Rosemont, Ill. “They're hot potatoes.” The fact is, small ...

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