The demands of a changing workforce are creating increasing demand for incentive professionals to boost...
The demands of a changing workforce are creating increasing demand for incentive professionals to boost engagement, build company culture, and motivate improved performance.
Merchandise, Gift Cards and Event Gifting outlook remains generally positive, but the effects of the ongoing economic and labor markets are starting to chip away at the optimism of third parties.
The study looks at which rewards resonate with employees by career phase and income group, then discusses ways programs can change and expand to maximize effectiveness.
The newly released 2023 Incentive Travel Index (ITI) reports that, overall, the incentive travel industry is strong. Growth is projected through 2025 for both number of people participating in incentive trips as well as per-person spend.
To explore how to maximize the value of a destination, we gathered industry professionals at Fairmont Le Château Frontenac in Quebec City for roundtable discussions in partnership with Destination Canada.
This study examines how ready the industry is to meet the strong demand for incentive travel given challenges posed by the broader market, including inflation and workforce issues.
Attendee Preferences for Incentive Travel explores the impact of destinations on motivation and value perception among the participants themselves.
This study explores the need for new, next generation talent in the incentives and meetings industries, and the challenges in attracting and retaining that talent in a post-pandemic world.
The latest views on the future of incentive travel from over 580 professional incentive travel buyers – 71% represented incentive travel agencies and 29% were end-users.
The latest views on the future of incentive travel from over 350 supplier participants, including hotels, cruise lines, AV & production, gifting, technology, food & beverage, transportation, group activities and visitor attractions.
The latest views on the future of incentive travel from over 270 professionals representing destination management companies (coordinating local on-site implementation) and destination marketing organizations (national tourist offices, convention and visitors bureaus).
As we enter 2023, COVID concerns have subsided, while workforce issues take on increased urgency. Given one of the most challenging labor markets in history, incentives are an increasingly critical business strategy to help organizations attract, retain, and build culture.