Financial & Insurance Planners (56)

Nearly 600 MPI members work in the financial and insurance sector, which is estimated to support more than 500,000 meetings industry-related jobs in the U.S. This industry segment is a significant part of UK, European and Asian economies.

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What’s Keeping Hospitality & Meeting Planners Up At Night and How Does That Impact Both Businesses?

What’s Keeping Hospitality & Meeting Planners Up At Night and How Does That Impact Both Businesses?

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Navigating Contentious Hotel Contract Clauses

Navigating Contentious Hotel Contract Clauses

Jun 13, 2016
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Navigating International C’s: Culture, Contracts, and Currency

Navigating International C’s: Culture, Contracts, and Currency

Jun 12, 2016
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Planners Only! Getting a Seat at the Executive Table: Going From Senior Planner to the Executive Level

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Feb 9, 2016
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Back to the Basics of Hotel Contracts

Back to the Basics of Hotel Contracts

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Boring Meetings Suck

Boring Meetings Suck

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Choosing Green Hotels and Venues

Choosing Green Hotels and Venues

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Creating Meetings That Excite the Brain for Optimal Learning

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Defining Virtual and Hybrid Meeting Strategies

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Does Measurement Really Matter

Does Measurement Really Matter

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