PCMA Convening Leaders: What You’ll Need to Know for Your 2025 Events

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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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GBTA Expects U.S. Business Travel Spending to Top $310 Billion in 2015  
Overall, U.S. business travel spending is expected to advance 6.2 percent to $310.2 billion in 2015, while total person-trip volume is expected to increase 1.7 percent to 490.4 million trips for the year.
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U.S. Department of State Issues Worldwide Caution  
The continuing threat of terrorist actions and violence against U.S. citizens and interests throughout the world prompted the Department of State to update its Worldwide Caution to travelers.
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PCMA Extends Training and Education Collaboration with SACEOS  
At PCMA's Convening Leaders Conference in Chicago, the Association announced a renewal of its partnership with the Singapore Association of Convention and Exhibition Organizers and Suppliers (SACEOS).
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Abu Dhabi to Host Neuro-Rehabilitation Congress; Seeks Papers from Attendees  
The Conference will incorporate key elements of new and current practices of neurological rehabilitation,​ which focus on new clinical and research ​updates for restoring function to the damaged nervous system.​
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