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Social Tables' Trend Report: The 9 Ways Meetings Will Impact Hotels in 2016

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Are you someone who wants to learn about the many ways
in which meetings will be impacting hotels in 2016?

Of course you are, because you’re a savvy professional who always want to be on top of their game. Lucky for you, we just produced a trend report with Meetings Mean Business and the Convention Industry Council called ‘The 9 Ways Meetings Will Impact Hotels in 2016? that will help you stay a step ahead of the competition.

Contributors to the report include the brightest leaders within the industry. Check out a sampling of their predictions below, then be sure to download the report to learn the why behind the predictions:
  • Infrastructure and Knowledge Capacity Will Play a Larger Role in Destination Selection by Chris Klauda, Director, Destination Research, STR
  • Meeting Planners Will Demand More of Meeting Sites by Karen Kotowski, CEO, The Convention Industry Council
  • Company Culture Will Be the Market Differentiator for Properties by David Peckinpaugh, President, Maritz, Co-Chair Meetings Mean Business
  • The Millennial Mindset Will Continue To Be The Primary Change Agent at Properties by Tammy Routh, Vice President of Global Sales, Marriott International
  • Beacon Technology Will Surge in Popularity at Properties by Corbin Ball, Founder, Corbin Ball & Associates
  • International Meeting Demand Will Fuel EMEA and APAC Market Growth by Jason Cohen, Director, Events, AccorHotels North America
  • Hotels Will Make Biggest Push To Date for Direct Online Booking of Small Group Business by Dan Berger, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Social Tables
  • Hotels Will Become Larger Stakeholders in the Development of Meetings at Their Properties by Megan Carlson, National Event Planning Manager, Hyatt Hotels, and Lisa Murphy, Director Global Sales, Hyatt Hotels
  • Hotels Will Become More Social By Tapping Into The Coworking Trend by Greg Oates, Senior Editor, Skift


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