Diary: Confessions of an event planner

On a trip to Monte Carlo, our client insisted that, as a leisure-time activity, they wanted to include arcade-style game machines. Ever eager to please, we reluctantly agreed that simulator games would work well in a five-star Monte Carlo hotel. After all, the client was paying the bill and we had pretty much gone blue in the face suggesting slightly more tasteful and relevant events for delegates visiting the 'Millionaires' Playground'.

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