There's nothing for irritating than being wedged into a middle seat on a cross-country flight, especially when you've paid an outrageous fare and the people sitting next to you are paying super-saver rates.
Here’s the story in a nutshell. For the second time in less than ten years, the FCC sold off a large number of frequencies that were used for wireless microphones – everything from 600MHz and 700MHz – spectrum. Effectively, you now have fewer choices.
What if - for the cost of a coffee break - you could be guaranteed to not only fully engage your meeting attendees, but also have the data to ensure they've retained what you've presented (which is the whole reason you're having the meeting in the first place).
Summit Management Staff have had the pleasure of visiting Slovenia recently and can attest to its desirability as a great destination for meetings and incentives. While technically a "second tier" European city, the services and scenery are all top class.