FIRST OFF: European integration needed for meetings

I received an illuminating e-mail from an agency recently on the differences between North American and European meetings. The author outlined eight main areas where the key differences are thought to lie, from creativity to budgets. The article also highlighted the fact that Canadian and American events tend to be fairly homogeneous in nature, irrespective of whether they are held in Toronto or Tennessee, because of a shared common culture.

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