(Continued from page 1) Parties, however, will be more casual this year, according to industry observers. “The holiday party season has changed since 2008,” said Nicole Ferrer, director of sales and marketing at The Iroquois hotel in New York. “Companies are hosting smaller, more personal parties and executive gatherings as opposed to larger, full-company holiday parties. This trend became quite evident after the financial crisis. … Prior to 2008, there was ...

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