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How Technology, Medicine and Meetings are Driving Barcelona's Economy  
Two repeating medical and technological conferences are attracting more business to Barcelona, and helping the city thrive as Spain emerges from an economic crisis.
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PCMA Convening Leaders: What You’ll Need to Know for Your 2025 Events  
At PCMA's Convening Leaders conference in Chicago, two specialists looked at how we can adapt to major changes, and what some changes may be for multiple large industries.
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Cvent Announces Top 100 U.S. Hotels for Meetings  
Florida has 20 properties on the list, while Texas has 10 and Las Vegas has nine. See which hotels made the cut...
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UK: ICCA UK and Ireland Reveals New Committee Members  
Destination expert Julie Watterston and Shocklogic's John Martinez join chapter's executive committee.
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South East Europe: The Value Of Free Knowledge at Trade Shows  
The paradigm today that many professions are replaceable as the work is performed for them by the tools of technology does not hold in the meetings industry.
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Portugal: Events by TLC Group Sees €13 Million Turnover  
Events by TLC, which operates in Portugal, Spain and Brazil, announced in a statement that their sales reached €13 million in 2014. This represents a growth of around 30 percent.
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Asia: IT&CM and CTW Event App to Meet Delegate Needs All Year-Round  
TTG Events today launched its custom event app on the iTunes and Google Play store to provide event delegates guides to TTG Event's four MICE and corporate travel tradeshows.
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Middle East: Hilton Expands in Saudi Arabia with Yanbu Property  
A new Hilton Garden Inn in Saudi Arabia’s Yanbu city will join the six properties of Hilton Worldwide’s mid-scale brand already under development in the kingdom, the group announced in October.
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Sub-Saharan Africa: Make 2015 a Year of Responsive Design in African Eventing  
Take a moment to think about what you do on a daily basis. Chances are, at some point you’re online checking your mail, browsing websites or updating your social media pages. And if you’re not an avid web surfer, your children probably are.
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Canada: Air Canada Expanding Global Reach  
Air Canada launched its new three-times-a-week, non-stop service between Toronto Pearson and Rio de Janeiro - Galeão International Airport in Brazil with the departure of flight AC098 on December 11th.
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Americas: Your Conference’s Networking Dollar Value? Priceless  
How do you assign a dollar value to networking benefits? Velvet Chainsaw Consulting Managing Director Dave Lutz takes a look at how planners can best deliver on their meeting’s networking promise...
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Americas: Six Resolutions for Success  
Betsy Bondurant, president of Bondurant Consulting, shares her top suggestions for success.
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Americas: SITE to Relaunch CITE With New Content  
SITE is identifying ways it can support ECPAT International, the global network of organizations working together to eliminate child prostitution, child pornography, and the trafficking of children. According to SITE, studies show that these practices grow significantly before and during large events.
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