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Give Your Business Room to Grow


New customers give your business room to grow. The 2020 Travel Goods Show is going to be the most-marketed Show in history, with aggressive outreach appealing to related retail segments, consumer and trade press. Bottom line: Exhibiting at The Show will expose you to potential new customers, making it a growth opportunity you won’t want to miss. Join us in 2020, and give your business room to grow. Contact Cathy Trecartin for details,, 877-842-1938, x-702.

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Does Your Leadership Style Scare Your Employees?


Most of us have experienced the misery of working for a boss who intimidates employees while charming superiors and customers. But it’s hard to figure out if you may be that kind of boss. You might think you are doing a good job, getting results by pushing people past their comfort zones, but what if they experience it as being afraid of you? READ MORE


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Make Sure Your Flight Reservation is Ticketed Before You Travel


Before you head to the airport, be sure to check your reservation for an actual ticket number – or you might end up paying for a $1,200 same-day flight. When you book a flight, you’re usually provided with a confirmation number in an email (the familiar six-character code on a reservation) – but this doesn’t guarantee your reservation is locked in. Until you receive a ticket number, your reservation is exactly what its name suggests: a hold on a flight. READ MORE

Do You Really Know Why Employees Leave Your Company?


More employees are voluntarily leaving their jobs than at almost any other time this millennium. When an employee quits, it can feel like a gut punch, leaving managers scrambling both emotionally and operationally. The loss can be particularly acute when employees “ghost” their organization, simply not showing up to work, sometimes only days after starting the job. READ MORE