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November 4, 2014
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ICCA Members Elect First African President  
Nina Freysen-Pretorius, Founder and CEO of The Conference Company, South Africa, has been elected as new ICCA President at the General Assembly of the 53rd ICCA Congress.
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Hyatt Times Square Names Marisa Judge Associate Director of Events  
In her new role, Judge will provide oversight and strategic direction for planning, implementing and coordinating on-site management of all events, meetings and conferences as well as recruit, train and manage event staff. Judge also plans to build the hotel’s small weddings market.
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Starwood Launches Keyless Entry System for Smartphones  
Guests will be able to check-in, receive their room numbers, bypass the front desk and unlock their door using the Starwood Preferred Guest app on their phone.
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American Airlines to Launch New York - Birmingham Flights in May  
New daily service from New York's John F. Kennedy International to Birmingham is scheduled to begin May 7 with a Boeing 757.
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