AmEx Looks at "The Evolving Landscape of Technology in Meetings"

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AmEx Looks at "The Evolving Landscape of Technology in Meetings"  
Technology influences every aspect of global commerce, and new research released today by American Express Meetings & Events looks at the many ways emerging technologies are changing the meetings industry landscape, as well as how that innovation can be harnessed to increase engagement and productivity and generate a greater return on a meetings investment.
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GBTA: U.S. Business Travel Industry Spent $72.8 Billion Last Quarter  
This morning, the Global Business Travel Association Foundation issued its quarterly report on U.S. business travel, finding that US-originated business travel spending increased more than 7 percent year-over-year to $72.8 billion in the second quarter of 2014.
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BTC: U.S. Airlines Turn Against Open Skies  
According to the Business Travel Coalition, the so-called U.S. legacy airlines -- Delta Air Lines, American Airlines and United Airlines -- may ask the U.S. government to re-evaluate its approach towards open skies agreements with other countries.
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ABPCO Debate Airs Challenges in Supply Chain Processes  
The Association of British Professional Conference Organizers (ABPCO) led a recent panel debate that revealed many barriers to a successful conference or event.
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St. Maarten Looks to Boost Profile with FCCA Conference  
St. Maarten is looking to build on their past growth by hosting the upcoming Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association's (FCCA) 21st annual Conference & Trade Show. The event will include roughly 1,000 tourism stakeholders and 100 executives, presidents and CEOs from FCCA's 15 Member Lines.
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