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2006 Global Meetings Industry Trends Florida Governor\'s Conference on Tourism Mark S. Andrew, CHA, CMP August 7, 2006 ©Meeting Professionals International 2006

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Today\'s Agenda Business atmosphere State of our industry MPI projects to help you stay ahead Key takeaways to build your key worth

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Changing Global Business Environment In the short-term: Economic Recovery/Improved Employment Rates Rising Costs of Fuel, Healthcare Ongoing Security Concerns Natural Disasters

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Changing Global Business Environment During the following decade*: Macroeconomic Trends Global and territorial movements in financial action Aging populaces require more noteworthy open segment action Increases in buyer spending (e.g., Hispanic and Chinese) * (McKinsey Quarterly, January 2006)

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Changing Global Business Environment During the following decade*: Social & Environmental Trends Technological availability Shortage of ability and work (open door for creating nations) Scrutiny on enormous business and morals (prompting direction) Demand for regular assets * (McKinsey Quarterly, January 2006)

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Changing Global Business Environment During the following decade*: Business & Industry Trends New worldwide industry structures Management moves from workmanship to science Access to data/information generation * (McKinsey Quarterly, January 2006)

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Business Travel in North America The Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI) will require all U.S. subjects, Canadians and nationals of Bermuda and Mexico to have a visa or other acknowledged secure archive to enter and re-enter the U.S. ( www.travel.state.gov )      Dec. 31, 2006 - Applied to all air and ocean go to or from Canada, Mexico, Central and S. America, the Caribbean, and Bermuda. Dec. 31, 2007 - Extended to all area outskirt intersections and also air & ocean travel.

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Business Travel in North America WHTI Update notwithstanding augmenting the due date for execution of the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative to in any event June 1, 2009, it addresses issues, for example, the ID of adequate secure records, a forceful state funded training program and the need to guarantee proper innovation, similar to card perusers, is accessible at all area and ocean fringe intersections. These key focuses are in accordance with TIAC\'s proposals in its accommodation to the Department of Homeland Security in October. On the off chance that the Senate passes the change, there is no sureness that the WHTI due date will be postponed:  the Coleman revision will confront the same obstacles as the Leahy-Stevens correction passed last week.  (See TIAC Talk Issue Focus , May 18, 2006) Meanwhile, when gotten some information about the U. S. security arrangement, President George W. Shrub repeated his backing for the law requiring everybody entering the nation to show an international ID or an extraordinary fringe card, yet demonstrated that he is focused on working with Canada to guarantee the distinguishing proof cards will be perfect and address the issues of both nations.

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Business Travel in North America I can\'t discover anything complete on any Canadian government or US government site, and the daily papers are oddly quiet on the issue . The main agreement is that the proposed alteration would push back usage of the WHTI for year and a half, until June 1, 2009.  Counting in reverse, that would imply that no, it would not move back the January 1, 2007 date of execution for air and sea.  My sources: Canadian Border Services Agency: http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/organization/whti/2006-05-19-e.html Windsor Star:  http://www.canada.com/windsorstar/news/story.html?id=d4919c8b-7b13-43c5-8ef7-0513c6366ccf BTNOnline: http://www.btnonline.com/businesstravelnews/features/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1002539506 TIAC: A correction affirmed by the U.S. Senate on May 17, 2006, has been generally reported in the media as flagging a deferral in the January 1, 2008 usage of the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative. The alteration, which was added to the Senate\'s migration change bundle, was a bipartisan activity, moved by Democratic Senator Patrick Leahy of Vermont and Republican Senator Ted Stevens of Alaska.  The Stevens-Leahy Amendment, as it is known, tries to postpone usage of the WHTI until June 1, 2009, by basically correcting Section 7209(b)(1) of the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act to peruse "June 1, 2009" rather than "January 1, 2008". While it is conceivable that this improvement could prompt a deferral, there is in no way, shape or form any confirmation that one will be acquired, given the way the U.S. administrative framework works .  MeetingsNet Extra: In other travel-related news, the U.S. Senate voted a week ago to pass an alteration to a Senate migration charge that would push back a necessity that individuals crossing via land into the U.S. from Canada, the Caribbean, and Mexico, must hold identifications or fringe crossing cards. The prerequisite, at first booked for usage December 31, 2007, would become effective on June 1, 2009, gave the revision survives further migration change wrangling between the House and the Senate. American Immigration Lawyers Association:  Senator Leahy (D-VT) presented an alteration (no. 4018) in the interest of Senator Stevens (R-AK) and others that would change area 7209(b)(1) of the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004 to augment the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI) for year and a half, from January 1, 2008 to June 1, 2009. As foundation, this activity requires all U.S. nationals, Canadians, natives of Bermuda and Mexico, to have an international ID or other acknowledged secure travel report when entering the United States by January 1, 2008. The Leahy/Stevens revision was consented to on a voice vote.

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Business Travel in North America Confusion …

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Business Travel in North America Worldwide Business Visa Center opened in July 2005 by the U.S. Bureau of State ( www.travel.state.gov ) Purpose is to encourage the issuance of visas for business voyagers by helping American organizations when they welcome representatives or present and forthcoming business customers and accomplices to the U.S. Incorporates forward insights about sit tight times for meetings and preparing times. The Bureau of Consular Affairs will keep on maintaining the rundown of "Upcoming Conferences" to be held in the U.S. what\'s more, may likewise incorporate a rundown of occasion members when given by the occasion organizer.

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Canada\'s Economic Environment In the Performance and Potential 2005-06 report , the Conference Board contrasts Canada\'s execution and 23 nations crosswise over six classes: economy, development, environment, training and aptitudes, wellbeing and society. In 2003, Canada slipped from third to sixth spot in the economy class and to 12 th put a year ago. Canada lost ground in advancement a year ago too. Benefactors to Canada\'s slacking efficiency development: low capital power (rate of interest in apparatus and gear). feeble record in grasping and accomplishing learning and advancement. Canada puts less in preparing than the US or Europe. feeble funding venture. Canadian pioneers have a tendency to be danger disinclined with regards to putting resources into R&D and transforming thoughts into business items. Incapability in going after worldwide exchange and venture. * (Golden, www.conferenceboard.ca)

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Top Trends in 2006 Internal/Organizational Workload Budget changes Shifting authoritative objectives/methodologies External/Environmental Economy Travel costs Cost of oil and gas = Europe varied marginally, including shorter lead times and concentrate on ROI (inward) and changes in innovation and expanding globalization (outer) as patterns expected to affect the business.

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Is there any uplifting news? Completely!

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Government Recognition of Meetings National Meetings Industry Day in Canada MPI, ASAE and PCMA joint articulations on biometric international ID enactment In March 2005, MPI and ASAE met with the U.S. Work Department about lifting the gatherings calling in workforce MPI added to first-steadily Meeting and Convention Planners explanation, 2006-07 Occupational Outlook Handbook distributed by the U.S. Authority of Labor Statistics MPI - offshoot individual from World Tourism Organization Florida Governor\'s Conference on Tourism

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Importance of Meetings FutureWatch 2006: Association organizers say that their association considers gatherings to be a key capacity imperative to development (45%) Corporate organizers were most drastically averse to report this sort of accentuation on gatherings (29%) During the following 2-3 years, 63% of respondents expect the significance of gatherings to increment inside their association Only 3% expect the significance of gatherings to diminish EventView 2005: 96% of corporate promoting administrators use occasions in their showcasing blend. 93% perspective the significance of occasion promoting to be consistent or expanding. 52% of review respondents report gatherings/occasions as a "lead tactic" or a "vital component" of the showcasing blend.

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Environment inside the Meetings Industry Continued development/expanded interest Planners and suppliers are seeing an expanded interest for gatherings. This makes a move to a vender\'s business sector with interest outpacing supply. Expanded interest sways: Lead times required by suppliers Price Supplier adaptability and concessions Availability in favored urban areas and venues Use of middle people and gatherings administrations organizations Focus on exhibiting effect of gatherings on business goals Procurement dug in crosswise over companies External absence of familiarity with gatherings administration as a calling

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Each of the accompanying associations and studies have estimated development for the gatherings business in 2006: FutureWatch 2006, EventView 2005, the 2006 gatherings Market Report (Meetings West) and HS

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