In an ongoing effort to identify how much meetings contribute to national economies and, therefore, the global economy, six countries have agreed to take part in a pilot project. It will provide a standard methodology by adapting the United Nations Tourism Satellite Accounting’s conceptual framework. At the recent EIBTM in Barcelona, international economist Santiago Guerreiro said that there was strong evidence that a meeting attendee made a significant contribution to the economy. For ...

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