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16 ways to make your international events less risky and more effective

I went to a fantastic, interactive, and tips-filled session at the American Society of Association Executives Annual Meeting in Detroit this summer on the topic of planning meetings outside the U.S. The august panel—Cameron Curtis, Courtesy Associates; Michelle Malloy, National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners; Janee Pelletier (great name!), Conference and Logistics Consultants Inc.; and Thomas Reiser, International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis—hit on all the major topics, from legal, financial, and regulatory challenges, to managing attendee, planner, venue, and vendor expectations. Here are just a few of my top takeaways.
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