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The Business Value Of Meetings and Events Presented by (your name here) (date of presentation)
The  Perfect Storm  of 2009
Intense Scrutiny
Shrinking   Meeting Budgets
Reduced Travel  Spending
Rise of  Virtual Meetings
No Attention to the Value of  FACE TO FACE
Meetings Deliver   The Challenge  to Meetings Business Impact  for Participants Revenue and Jobs  for Communities Embracin...
 
 
 
 
 
 
Entering 2009… The challenge to meetings Budget  controls Travel restrictions Skepticism over incentive travel Carbon emis...
Entering 2009… The challenge to meetings Budget  controls Travel restrictions Skepticism over incentive travel Carbon emis...
Entering 2010… Meetings seen as an essential business tool
Sealing the Deal Source: Oxford Economics/USTA
tool Sealing the Deal
The Best Tool for the Job Source: Forbes  Insights
tool The Best Tool for the Job
Bridging  Difference: Negotiating across languages and cultures  Source: Harvard Business Review
Government  Meetings: 4.6:1 ROI Source: Oxford Economics/USTA
The Unsung  Benefits •  Teamwork • Critical thinking •  Stronger bonds with clients
The Impact of  Brand Marketing Source:  Conference & Incentive Travel  Magazine
The Value of Incentives Source: Oxford Economics/USTA
10%  more travel GDP rises  1.5-2.9% Source: Oxford Economics/USTA
Revenue and Jobs for Communities U.S. study concludes late 2010 Source: Canadian Economic Impact Study
Executive Optimism Source: Business Barometer
tool Meeting Professionals’ Predictions Source: FutureWatch 2010
Corporate •  More value •  Fewer frills •  Greater accountability Source: FutureWatch 2010 Association •  Steady attendanc...
An Industry Adapts Source: FutureWatch 2010
•  Training •  Team-building •  More ROI •  Fewer getaways Source: FutureWatch 2010 Incentive Planning
Most Common Measurement Criteria •  Cost to budget •  Participant satisfaction •  Meeting objectives •  New clients/member...
Meetings Deliver   The Challenge  to Meetings Business Impact  for Participants Revenue and Jobs  for Communities Embracin...
Thank You And now, it’s your turn… Information and how-to guide: www.mpiweb.org/MD_URL
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  1. 1. The Business Value Of Meetings and Events Presented by (your name here) (date of presentation)
  2. 2. The Perfect Storm of 2009
  3. 3. Intense Scrutiny
  4. 4. Shrinking Meeting Budgets
  5. 5. Reduced Travel Spending
  6. 6. Rise of Virtual Meetings
  7. 7. No Attention to the Value of FACE TO FACE
  8. 8. Meetings Deliver The Challenge to Meetings Business Impact for Participants Revenue and Jobs for Communities Embracing the Shift
  9. 15. Entering 2009… The challenge to meetings Budget controls Travel restrictions Skepticism over incentive travel Carbon emissions Virtual technologies
  10. 16. Entering 2009… The challenge to meetings Budget controls Travel restrictions Skepticism over incentive travel Carbon emissions Virtual technologies 85% of U.S. companies cut travel spending
  11. 17. Entering 2010… Meetings seen as an essential business tool
  12. 18. Sealing the Deal Source: Oxford Economics/USTA
  13. 19. tool Sealing the Deal
  14. 20. The Best Tool for the Job Source: Forbes Insights
  15. 21. tool The Best Tool for the Job
  16. 22. Bridging Difference: Negotiating across languages and cultures Source: Harvard Business Review
  17. 23. Government Meetings: 4.6:1 ROI Source: Oxford Economics/USTA
  18. 24. The Unsung Benefits • Teamwork • Critical thinking • Stronger bonds with clients
  19. 25. The Impact of Brand Marketing Source: Conference & Incentive Travel Magazine
  20. 26. The Value of Incentives Source: Oxford Economics/USTA
  21. 27. 10% more travel GDP rises 1.5-2.9% Source: Oxford Economics/USTA
  22. 28. Revenue and Jobs for Communities U.S. study concludes late 2010 Source: Canadian Economic Impact Study
  23. 29. Executive Optimism Source: Business Barometer
  24. 30. tool Meeting Professionals’ Predictions Source: FutureWatch 2010
  25. 31. Corporate • More value • Fewer frills • Greater accountability Source: FutureWatch 2010 Association • Steady attendance • Strong demand for content • Sustainability Independent • More outsourcing • Closer attention to client objectives Meeting Professionals’ Predictions Suppliers More scrutiny = shorter lead times
  26. 32. An Industry Adapts Source: FutureWatch 2010
  27. 33. • Training • Team-building • More ROI • Fewer getaways Source: FutureWatch 2010 Incentive Planning
  28. 34. Most Common Measurement Criteria • Cost to budget • Participant satisfaction • Meeting objectives • New clients/members Source: FutureWatch 2010
  29. 35. Meetings Deliver The Challenge to Meetings Business Impact for Participants Revenue and Jobs for Communities Embracing the Shift
  30. 36. Thank You And now, it’s your turn… Information and how-to guide: www.mpiweb.org/MD_URL

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