"Eternal vigilance may well be the price of liberty, as the old saying goes, but it also is the price meeting planners pay if they want to come in on--or even under--budget." So says Rodney Abraham, president of the Professional Meeting Planning Network and its full-service division, R.E. Abraham & Associates, in Durham, N.C. Whether you're a seasoned professional planner or someone new to the field, says Abraham, whose company provided meeting manager staff for nearly 1,000 events last ...

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