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MPI Educates 900 at IMEX America; Foundation Raises $190,000  
IMEX America's four-year growth has been supported from the outset with educational support from Meeting Professionals International by its "Smart Monday" program that kicks off the annual Las Vegas tradeshow.
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UK: ICCA Points to "Unrealistic" Association Expectations  
Not-for-profit organisations are becoming more demanding, the ICCA Congress hears.
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Portugal Takes Silver and Bronze at the European Best Event Awards  
Two second places and a third one is the balance of another Portuguese participation in the European Best Event Awards (EuBea).
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Scandinavia: Radisson Blu’s “Cuckoo’s Nest” Nominated for European Hospitality Awards  
Cuckoo’s Nest is a restaurant, bar and meeting place located at Lindholmen Science Park in Gothenburg, three steps from the quayside in the new Radisson Blu Riverside Hotel. Last year, the bar received the European Hotel Design Awards for ”Europe’s Best Bar.” Now, the bar has been nominated for the European Hospitality Awards.
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South East Europe: Top Adriatic Luxury Resort Meeting Hotels 2014  
In addition to Venice, the largest concentration of luxury hotels on the Adriatic is currently in Dubrovnik and Montenegro. There are more and more of the world famous chains, as well as the regional boutique brands.
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Sub-Saharan Africa’s Food & Drink Leaders Are Here  
One of the most noticeable trends in food has been the proliferation of tasting menus across the globe. Africa is no less immune to the ‘tapas’ phenomenon, with many roadside restaurants and gourmet eateries embracing the economical outworking of a tasting menu.
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Middle East: New Developments Access All Areas  
The increasingly dominant role of Dubai as a global aviation hub is a selling point that cannot be ignored by international planners considering the emirate for their business events. Dubai International Airport is poised to take over London Heathrow’s top slot as the busiest airport for annual international traffic, according to Dubai Airports CEO, Paul Griffiths.
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Asia: World Trade Centres Association Picks Manila for 2015 General Assembly  
Manila will for the first time host the World Trade Centres Association’s (WTCA) 46th General Assembly on April 25-29 next year.
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Australia: Kiwis Out in Force in Canberra  
New Zealand’s largest ever contingent will be crossing the Tasman for next month’s Professional Conference Organisers (PCO) Association Conference in Canberra.
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Canada: Winnipeg Gets More Convention Space  
The Victoria Inn Winnipeg Convention Centre now has 55,000 square feet of usable event space that can be divided into 21 rooms. It is the second time in six years that the hotel’s convention area has been expanded to meeting the growing demand of meetings and conventions in the city, which is situated in the geographic heart of Canada.
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Americas: Six Strategies for Building Planner-Supplier Relationships  
For planners, forming long-lasting partnerships requires a mindset shift toward more trust and inclusiveness. For suppliers, it means repositioning yourself as a trusted advisor.
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Americas: Is it Illegal to Donate Food After an Event?  
Rumor has it that it is illegal to donate leftover event food, and this rumor persists despite the facts.
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Americas: New Software Creates Quick and Easy Manifests for Ground Transfers  
Transfers should be a simple process: Collect the names of arriving attendees, associate those names with accurate flight times and origins, and group the passengers efficiently in vehicles.
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