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MIAMI — A panel discussion of industry leaders will discuss, “Quality Control with Farm-Outs” at the LCT Leadership Summit. The Summit will take place April 22-24 at the Mandarin Oriental in Miami.
Working with farm-outs can sometimes be a risky business, since an operator potentially loses control over the quality of the experience their client will have. Learn from some of the most successful operators in the industry how to establish the procedures that will leave you confident in the farm-out's quality control. Panelists will include: Dawson Rutter of Commonwealth Worldwide, Jonathan Danforth of BostonCoach, Tim Rose of Flyte Tyme, and Doug Werdebaugh of Carey International. For more information on the LCT Leadership Summit, go to www.lctsummit.com.
Source: Bobit Business Media
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