How to Plan and Book Meetings and Seminars


by
Judy Williams

Book Details

Format: EPUB

File size: 4 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Review – Meetings “This book should sit on every businessperson’s bookshelf. After all, who hasn’t been called upon to ‘run a meeting'” – Business Marketing Publisher Comments: Judy Williams spent 15 years working for most respected hotel chains in America as the primary contact for people like you – businesses that need to have a meeting. Now she is able to give you all the inside information on what is needed to plan and conduct a meeting successfully and economically. It goes without saying that even seemingly minor mistakes in planning a meeting can cost you a lot of money in the final bill. This book will pay for itself immediately. Other Features: Forms and charts for setting up meetings. Including “Site Inspection Report Form”, “Booking Entry/Room Reservation Form”, “Room List Form”, and more including sample contracts used with hotel or meeting sites. Author Bio: Judy Williams spent 15 years working for the most respected hotel chains in the United States of America. She was in charge of the department that coordinates and executes meeting and seminar planning. Author Comments: In addition to the comprehensive discussion on how to best plan and book a seminar, this book contains forms and charts for setting up meetings. Including “Site Inspection Report Form”, “Booking Entry/Room Reservation Form”, “Room List Form”, and more including sample contracts used with hotel or meeting sites. Back Cover Copy: Sooner or later, every business, association or organization will want to hold a meeting, seminar or trade show outside their regular offices. How do you find your way amongst the dizzying array of hotels, meeting halls, meal guarantees, accommodations arrangements, party packages, bar plans and billing procedures? Author Judy Williams, a veteran hotel and meeting planner, will guide you through the perils and pitfalls of organizing your event. Whether it’s your first or fiftieth time, she’ll show you how to make your seminar or meeting run smoothly and perfectly with a minimum of expense, time and effort.

Review – Meetings “This book should sit on every businessperson’s bookshelf. After all, who hasn’t been called upon to ‘run a meeting'” – Business Marketing Publisher Comments: Judy Williams spent 15 years working for most respected hotel chains in America as the primary contact for people like you – businesses that need to have a meeting. Now she is able to give you all the inside information on what is needed to plan and conduct a meeting successfully and economically.… (more)

Review – Meetings “This book should sit on every businessperson’s bookshelf. After all, who hasn’t been called upon to ‘run a meeting'” – Business Marketing Publisher Comments: Judy Williams spent 15 years working for most respected hotel chains in America as the primary contact for people like you – businesses that need to have a meeting. Now she is able to give you all the inside information on what is needed to plan and conduct a meeting successfully and economically. It goes without saying that even seemingly minor mistakes in planning a meeting can cost you a lot of money in the final bill. This book will pay for itself immediately. Other Features: Forms and charts for setting up meetings. Including “Site Inspection Report Form”, “Booking Entry/Room Reservation Form”, “Room List Form”, and more including sample contracts used with hotel or meeting sites. Author Bio: Judy Williams spent 15 years working for the most respected hotel chains in the United States of America. She was in charge of the department that coordinates and executes meeting and seminar planning. Author Comments: In addition to the comprehensive discussion on how to best plan and book a seminar, this book contains forms and charts for setting up meetings. Including “Site Inspection Report Form”, “Booking Entry/Room Reservation Form”, “Room List Form”, and more including sample contracts used with hotel or meeting sites. Back Cover Copy: Sooner or later, every business, association or organization will want to hold a meeting, seminar or trade show outside their regular offices. How do you find your way amongst the dizzying array of hotels, meeting halls, meal guarantees, accommodations arrangements, party packages, bar plans and billing procedures? Author Judy Williams, a veteran hotel and meeting planner, will guide you through the perils and pitfalls of organizing your event. Whether it’s your first or fiftieth time, she’ll show you how to make your seminar or meeting run smoothly and perfectly with a minimum of expense, time and effort.

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