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Spring White Paper: Commonsensing Your Meetings

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The Spring edition of Meeting Discoveries is now available and it’s all about adding common sense to your meetings. The theme for the white paper came about during an exchange with a current customer who noted that his company was going through a “commonsensing” of its culture. With the challenges of the economic landscape, especially when meeting planners become the most contentious about stretching dollars, conducting meetings “smarter” becomes critical.  The solution is not to cut back on face-to-face meetings altogether, but rather to employ the common sense approach of taking it back to the basics. The white paper examines this concept further and outlines the core fundamentals of effective meetings offered by conference centers, to maximize and achieve the best outcomes. You’ll hear from industry experts from Apria Healthcare, American Red Cross, Pompan Hospitality Group and our sales team here at NCC. Check it out here.


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