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February 10, 2017

Americas: Why Planning Incentives for Refugees Made Me a Better Professional

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Those of us fortunate to have an American passport have the freedom to move about the world easily— enjoying the ability to visit over 160 countries without a visa. Attending a last-minute business meeting in Tokyo, planning a vacation in Australia, or booking a long weekend in Paris is a straightforward transaction with few if any barriers or delays in entry.

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I admit to taking this freedom of mobility for granted until I had the opportunity to develop meeting and incentive trips for an insurance client whose sales team includes a large percentage of Hmong people originally from Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam, some of whom came to the U.S. as refugees. 

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