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How the UK’s Vote to Leave EU Could Impact Meetings and Events  
Citizens of the United Kingdom have voted to leave the European Union. Here’s what that could mean for the meetings and events industry.
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FRONT PAGE NEWS
Sold-Out LAMITE Wraps in Cartagena  
The second annual Latin America Meeting & Incentive Travel Exchange (LAMITE) closed on Thursday with a sold out event. Take a look at the highlights here.
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Prague Rolls Out New Mobile App for Meeting Planners  
The “Prague Meeting Planners’ Guide” app is available for Android, iOS and Windows Phone. Here’s what planners can expect.
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New Meetings, Groups Offerings at Wild Dunes Resort in South Carolina  
Wild Dunes Resort, A Destination Hotel, has revamped its offerings for meetings and groups. Here’s what’s new at the property.
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DESTINATION NEWS
Hilton Opens New Meetings Property in Xi'an City, China  
The Hilton Garden Inn Xi'An/Hi-Tech Zone has nine function rooms that offer more than 800 square meters of flexible meeting space. Here’s a quick look.
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A New Small Event Venue in Waikiki  
The new Hilton Garden Inn Waikiki Beach just opened its doors with a 500 square foot small event space. Find out what planners can expect.
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Sub-Saharan Africa: What Makes the Perfect Conference Cuisine?  
However interesting your conference may be, truth is many delegates will spend much of it wondering what’s on the menu. Here’s how to keep attendees satisfied.
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Portugal: Aegean Airlines Connects Lisbon to Athens  
Lisbon airport is welcoming a new company: Aegean Airlines. Here’s a look at the new flights.
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Middle East: FRHI’s Meet in Ajman  
The parent company of Fairmont Hotels & Resorts, Swissôtel Hotels & Resorts and Raffles Hotels & Resorts held its 2016 Global Meeting Exchange (GME) at Fairmont Ajman from June 22 to 26. Here’s a look at the event.
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Australia: ICC Sydney Looking for the Top Drops  
The International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney) is looking to finalize its wine collection ahead of its December opening. Here’s the latest.
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UK: Activate Sets £10m Target After D&D Conferences Merger  
The Sussex event management company is set to merge D&D Conference staff into its offices. Find out what’s planned.
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Asia: Buffalo Tours Launches MICE Arm  
The business events specialization was formed in response to rising demands from clients to provide such support. Here’s an inside look.
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Americas: Uber and Lyft: Driving Hard Toward Meetings  
The ride-sharing services have taken business travel by storm. Are meetings next?
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Americas: Last-Minute Changes Are a Planner’s Biggest Stressor, Says Survey  
Event management software company Lanyon recently polled meeting planners on what makes their job so stressful. Take a look at the results.
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Americas: Would You Believe Social Media Can Save You Time?  
Here are five ways that you can use social media to actually save time and make life easier.
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