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Once again, IMEX Group has been forced to cancel, citing its global footprint, with exhibitors coming from 150 countries.
Don't throw those shades away: The future of incentive travel looks bright, according to the 2020 Incentive Travel Industry Index.
Three industry meetings are scheduled this fall: MPI's WEC, IMEX and the IRF's UNvitational, with only one including a live component.
Virtual gifting is taking on added importance as many incentive trips are postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Incentive Research Foundation has released a study, "COVID-19 and Disruption in the Incentive Travel, Meetings and Events Industry: Adaptation and Recovery," that reviews threats to running travel incentives with a focus on the impact of COVID-19.
Stephanie Harris, president of the Incentive Research Foundation, weighs in on impact of COVID-19 and what the new normal will look like.
In a span of approximately 23 years, Janet Traphagen worked her way up from account manager at the meeting, incentive, and recognition company Creative Group to president.
Funding for wellness at meetings and incentive programs is a goal, but strategies remain elusive for most companies, according to the annual “Wellness in Incentives” study, conducted by the IRF in conjunction with Prevue.
Meet Well attendees were the first to preview brand new research on integrating wellness into events, presented by the Incentive Research Foundation’s Stephanie Harris.
The Incentive Research Foundation has compiled a go-to list of resources for planning channel partner incentives.
At IMEX America in Las Vegas, Society for Incentive Travel Excellence (SITE) launched the latest research into the state of the incentive travel industry.
The Wall Street Journal reported that Charles Schwab Corp. was replacing an upcoming incentive trip for top performers with $5,000 and a paid week off. The Incentive Research Foundation explains why that might be a bad decision.
In her upcoming role as VP of Design and Insights at Creative Group, Melissa Van Dyke will blaze a path in a new direction by "closing the loop" between data and practice.
Gift card utilization and spending are expected to increase in 2019.