I always knew that meetings management was a tough job, but it really hit home during the recent National Business Travel Association meeting, held in late July in Los Angeles. In more ways than one. In one session, Lee Ann Adams Mikeman, assistant vice president, conference planning & special events, Science Applications International Corp., spoke about how ad hoc meeting planners unknowingly can cost companies thousands of dollars by signing contracts that put them at risk. “The money ...

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