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February 1 2013

Despite shifts in the meetings industry to accommodate shrinking budgets and time-starved professionals, group business continues to lag its transient counterpart, according to an analysis from STR. 



 
Infographic by Alex Marks, STR. Click image to expand. Click here to download as PDF.



 

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