“Planners want specialized, non-cookie-cutter proposals, but their RFPs are anything but.” Shawna says: Even if you don’t have the time to do thorough preliminary research on multiple destinations and hotels before submitting an RFP, you should commit to doing as much as you can to thoughtfully narrow down the list of prospects to a reasonable number.

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