While the meetings industry tends to be in the forefront of denouncing terrorist acts that are designed to intimidate those who live and travel to the affected areas, that is not enough. In a recent statement, the Joint Meetings Industry Council said this industry needs to go further, because acts of terrorism, such as the recent attacks in Brussels, Paris, and elsewhere, are contrary to the fundamental meetings industry objective of gathering people together to exchange knowledge, work ...

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