The results of a new survey just out from Technology Meetings indicate—no surprise—a significant decrease in meetings and meeting attendance for 2001, but hold out some optimism for meetings in 2002. Almost a third of respondents (28 percent) say they plan to hold fewer meetings in 2001 than in previous years, and for the meetings that will go on, 40 percent expect a decline in attendance and an equal number expect a decline in exhibitors. Clearly, tech planners will be wrestling with ...

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