Even in the age of an increasing demand for transparency, strategic meetings management, and preferred suppliers, where RFPs are submitted online into a nameless, faceless centralized database, there is still room for strong hospitality-meeting planner relationships. So said an expert panel at a session on cultivating relationships between planners and hoteliers at the Pharmaceutical Meeting Management Forum, held in Philadelphia in March. But the rules around how you go about building ...

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