INSIDER SERIES: How to Combat Suitcasing

By Connect Staff, July 20, 2015

Q: What is suitcasing?

A: When vendors or sales representatives who don’t register for your event try to conduct business in the common areas or networking events during your conference.

Joshua Grimes, Esq., of Grimes Law Offices, discusses how to combat these renegade solicitors with practical advice in this video sponsored by Naples, Marco Island, Everglades CVB. Watch now.

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