The Case for Smaller Room Blocks
Why thinking small can pay off
by D. Benson Tesdahl – Successful Meetings
Ordering a block of rooms is a balancing act. You may tend to overbook just to keep yourself from scampering around trying to find places for people to sleep. But if you reserve too many rooms, and you could face some hefty attrition charges. Could underbooking be the solution?
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