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How do third-party meeting planners charge their clients during COVID-related cancellations?
Long-term corporate contracts let hoteliers build loyalty, capture new business and generate more revenue.
Force majeure clauses just got trickier: Attorney Kimberly Pendo provided some contract tips to help meeting planners manage risk in today’s uncertain COVID-19 environment. Contracts,...
As COVID-19 Coronavirus continues to spread, there are more grey areas than ever related to your meeting contract and cancellations.
The ins and the outs of dealing with attrition fees and ways to negotiate your contracts so they benefit you.
You would be hard-pressed to find someone more adept at negotiating the entertainment clause of speaker contracts than Jaki Baskow, CEO and owner of Las Vegas Speakers Bureau & Baskow Talent.
While hotels are achieving record profitability, the language in many a meeting contract is getting increasingly creative.
In this Shakedown, one meeting planners shares some of her advice on how to accommodate today’s ever-evolving world of contracts.
Tune to these hit pop songs for a little inspiration on how to negotiate your next contract in your favor.
Planners share their most challenging experiences with contracts.
Sharing your budget out of the gate may enable a venue to help you get more for your money.
When negotiating with venues, consider that new venues are often hungrier than established ones, and they are often more willing to negotiate and provide discounts.
There is nothing better than having a Plan B when negotiating with the hotel that you prefer.