CWT Meetings & Events Says Compliance is Top Concern; Offers Top Tips

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Maritz Travel Company Launches Global Meetings Network (VIDEO)  
By James Latham
Speaking on-site with IMR, Maritz President David Peckinpaugh announced the formation of the “best of the best” network in response to increasing client demand for access to local and regional expertise across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Latin America.
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CWT Meetings & Events Says Compliance is Top Concern; Offers Top Tips  
Compliance seems poised to be the number one concern for companies consolidating their programs and seeking additional transparency across multiple locations.
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Will Marriott's New Wi-Fi Program Hurt Corporate Travel Planners?  
Marriott has a huge footprint in terms of the number of properties and brands its new policy will affect, Ensemble Travel Group co-president Libbie Rice said, and the decision could hit corporate and business travelers who book through a travel agent particularly hard.
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Orlando's Dr. Phillips Center Prepares for Grand Opening  
The new $500 million cultural venue sits on a nine-acre site, over two blocks in the middle of the city, and has an open concept design that minimizes walls in favor of open space.
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First Look: Aman Tokyo Prepares to Open in December  
Ideal for an intimate board of directors gathering, the hotel will occupy the top six floors of Tokyo's Otemachi Tower.
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Sandals, Beaches Resorts Launch Private Luxury Transfers, VIP Lounge Service  
Groups can also get their own private luxury Island Routes coach bus, accommodating a maximum off 44 guests with three flatscreen TV’s, complimentary Wi-Fi and fully reclining seats and trays.
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