October 01, 1999
Meetings & Conventions: Short Cuts October 1999

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October 1999
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On the SpotOther than surveys, how do you know if your meeting was a success?

"A personal phone call or flowers is usually a great indication that the meeting was successful. I like it when clients contact me, but I always do follow-up calls anyway, just to make sure everything went well."
Mary L. Bornamann
Corporate Meeting Planner
Kellogg Co.
Battle Creek, Mich.

"Generally, we know when we get a note back from the sponsor indicating the clients enjoyed it, or that because of the meeting, they achieved their goals unsolicited positive feedback."
Tina M. Buehler
Client Visit Advisor
Andersen Worldwide, Center for Professional Education
St. Charles, Ill.
"The meeting is successful when the attendees leave extremely happy and the objective was fulfilled. When you receive acknowledgment from upper management and recognition from your company, you'll know you did a good job."
Andrea S. Miller
Meeting In-Site Corp.
Hoboken, N.J. Back to Current Issue index | Back to Short Cuts index
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