Implementing a meetings consolidation program overseas takes patience, diplomacy, and flexibility.
A decade ago, few companies thought about consolidating their meetings globally. You could count on one hand those actually attempting it. Not so today. Many companies that began consolidating their worldwide corporate travel in the early 1990s have taken that effort to the next level: meetings. Meetings, according to American Express, can account for 40 percent of a company's T&E spend. The payoffs of standardizing processes and technology across multiple countries are huge: data ...
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