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The latest IRF Outlook Study found a number of key indicators for a healthier incentive environment in the coming year, although there are still some COVID-related caveats.
Roundtables led by a team from the Incentive Research Foundation and Prevue reveal a changing definition of wellness among meeting planners.
There's an event industry association geared to meet the needs of every niche.
The COVID pandemic is shifting attendees’ perspective on the very definition of wellness and how it plays out in meetings and incentives.
The IRF has updated its health and safety protocols to require proof of vaccination for all attendees at its 2021 Leadership Insights Forum. The Incentive Research Foundation...
A study by the Incentive Research Foundation (IRF) into destination preferences has shown that enthusiasm for incentive travel remains high.
Event mask policies got a little trickier this spring when the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced that fully vaccinated people can resume...
The IRF Education Invitational has made its health and safety protocols available as an example of best practice for large gatherings.
While the industry prepares for an anticipated recovery after the disruption of 2020, several of the biggest industry meetings are set to take place...
2021 has brought us three new meeting industry leaders: Aoife Delaney at SITE, Kari Vrba at the IRF and Suzanne Neufang at GBTA.
Daily coronavirus numbers in the United States fell in all 50 states for the first time in months, creating a renewed sense of optimism across the industry.
Even in light of the challenges COVID-19 has caused, the IRF Industry Outlook for 2021 is far more optimistic than might be expected.
Once again, IMEX Group has been forced to cancel, citing its global footprint, with exhibitors coming from 150 countries.
The incentive outlook for 2022, including merchandise, gift cards and incentive travel, is one of economic optimism, according to a new IRF Outlook Study.