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September 2014

Top Ten Tips for International Meetings


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Top Ten Tips for International Meetings

Speaker: Eli Gorin

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While international meetings and domestic meetings have the same general components, there are many more factors to consider when taking a meeting abroad. Without understanding the basics of international meetings, planners can find themselves in situations which can become costly and problematic.

By participating in this webinar, you will be able to:
Grasp a general understanding of the differences between domestic and international meetings
Be aware of key details required in order to proceed with their planning of international meetings
Be able to determine if holding international meetings is appropriate for your organization
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Top Ten Tips for International Meetings

Any ideas for engaging attendees who don't speak the same language?
It’s always important to consider cultural integration in all of your programs, particularly with regards to language. First and foremost, there should be an official language established for the program which is made clear to all attendees. However if you know that there is a large number of attendees coming from one particular area where a certain language is predominant, you want to be inclusive to their language...
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