A good RFP can save you time and money, and ultimately help to deliver better meetings.
You hear a lot about the need for a good request for proposal. But what does a good RFP include? Here you go: Title of meeting Name and address of the organization sponsoring the meeting or event Preferred city, area, or region Meeting goals and objectives (briefly) Possible meeting dates by month or season, plus days of the week meeting is held Types of properties preferred; for example, airport or downtown hotel Projected sleeping-room block (include any special suites; staff ...
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