A rule of meeting safety is ensuring the space, facility or venue is free from harm and offers components and measures that keep it free from harm. Here are a few simple things to do during your next hotel or venue selection.
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If you’ve dreaded flying because of the new security measures that went into effect before Thanksgiving 2010, you’re not alone. A study conducted by Consensus Research Group for the U.S. Travel Association found that respondents would take an average of two to three more trips per year if the hassle involved in flying could be […]
You’ve secured a venue, contracted vendors and selected a menu, but have you considered the safety of your guests? If your idea of event security is the property’s uniformed security guard or a burly, suit-clad bouncer checking off names at the entrance, think again. While neither are bad options, they shouldn’t be your only ones.