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SITE: Meetings Industry Must Remain Calm in Wake of Brexit  
Members of the Society for Incentive Excellence (SITE) have shared their perspective on how the UK’s vote to leave the EU could impact the meetings and events industry. Find out what they had to say.
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FRONT PAGE NEWS
New York to Host PCMA’s 2017 Education Conference  
The Professional Convention Management Association’s annual conference will take place next year June 11 to 14. Find out what’s planned.
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“Meet the Banjar” Meeting Package at the Ritz-Carlton, Bali  
The new meeting package is meant to reflect the spirit of Balinese culture and society. Here’s what’s on offer.
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DESTINATION NEWS
Business Travel: New York Metro Area Ranks Worst in Airport Wi-Fi  
The new study by the Global Gateway Alliance (GGA) compares New York area airports with the 20 busiest airports in the United States. Here’s a look at the findings.
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UK: Events Planners Should Never “Be Cowed" by Terror After Turkey Attack  
Messages of support are being sent to Istanbul following the terror attack at Ataturk Airport last night. Here’s the latest.
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Portugal: Cristiano Ronaldo's Hotel in Portugal Is Now Open  
Portuguese football star, Cristiano Ronaldo, opened on July 1st his first hotel in Portugal, the Pestana CR7. Here’s a quick look.
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Sub-Saharan Africa: We Are Looking at the Man in the Middle…  
What’s the best way to work with public relations, marketing and event management agencies? Here’s a rundown of best practices.
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Middle East: Habtoor City to Offer 34 Meeting Spaces by Year-end  
By the end of 2016, the development, comprising Dubai’s first St. Regis, the UAE’s first W hotel and the largest Westin in the Middle East, will collectively present 34 meeting and banqueting spaces. Find out more.
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Australia: New Taste for Darwin  
Darwin Convention Centre has launched its new menu with a focus on fresh local produce, Asian influences and creative presentation. Here’s a quick look.
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Asia: Deloitte University Sets Up Regional Institution at Amara Sanctuary Resort  
Luxury hotel Amara Sanctuary Resort, Sentosa has become the permanent base for Deloitte University's first Asia-Pacific campus. Here’s a quick look.
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Americas: PCMA Salary Survey: Who’s Making the Bigger Bucks? Yup, It's Men. Again.  
According to the most recent PCMA salary survey, women—who comprised 86 percent of the survey-takers—still make 23 percent less than their male colleagues.
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Americas: CEO Assures that Cvent Acquisition Will Drive Future Growth  
Reggie Aggarwal, CEO and cofounder of Cvent Inc., addressed what he called “the elephant in the room” at the company’s annual client conference. Find out what he had to say.
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Americas: 7 of Today’s Hottest Meeting AV and Production Trends  
Tune in for a look at a live chat on the latest thoughts about AV and production issues.
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• Canopy by Hilton Opens First Reykjavik Hotel  (Source: Travel Agent Central)
• The Phoenicia, Malta Undergoes Large-Scale Restoration  (Source: Luxury Travel Advisor)

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