Convention Services Keep Groups Coming Back

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Report: Convention Services Keep Groups Coming Back  
The majority of meeting planners feel their experience with their convention services manager greatly influences their decision to rebook a venue, according to a survey announced today by the Event Service Professionals Association (ESPA).
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Ebola Reaches New York City; Patient Hospitalized  
A doctor who volunteered in Guinea with Ebola patients has been admitted to New York City's Bellevue Hospital with the virus. The hospital is one of eight in the state that has been designated to treat Ebola patients.
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Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre to Expand  
Earlier today, Australia's Victorian State Government announced an expansion plan for Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
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Merida, Yucatan, to Host Confex's 2015 LGBT Business Expo  
The LGBT Business Expo is a B2B and consumer event targeting all elements of the LGBT community. The event has continually grown since its inaugural event in 2011 in Puerto Vallarta, doubling in scale with its 2012 edition in Cancun and continued its growth in 2013's International LGBT Business Expo in Guadalajara, Mexico and 2014’s edition in Vallarta-Nayarit.
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Room Rate Dispute Drives Large-Scale Healthcare Conference from Chicago  
The Chicago-based Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society show, which had committed to holding its annual conference and exhibition in the city in 2015 and again in 2019, has notified Chicago tourism officials that it will break its deal for 2019 and move the convention to Orlando.
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