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Let’s Have Healthy Events—and Please Pass the Butter

Everyone agrees that healthy events and meetings are the best--but it doesn't always work out that way, a new IRF study shows

Most U.S. meeting planners and the companies they work for say they want to create healthy meetings and incentive programs. But actually doing it? That’s another story

According to the just-released study from the Incentive Research Foundation, more than 90 percent of corporate and incentive house planners said they are personally enthusiastic about wellness. The majority of pl

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