It’s time for the meetings industry to move from awareness to action in the global fight against human trafficking, says the Society for Incentive Travel Excellence, which held a joint webinar on the topic with ECPAT-USA, an organization dedicated to stopping the commercial sexual exploitation of children....More
Sound farfetched? You could do it today, and maybe you should! Travelers have always discovered destinations through food and dining culture. Social dining adds authenticity, and offers an experience your qualifiers will remember forever....More
Yes, say two organizations whose memberships are keenly interested in how the rule is going to affect them. Hear from the heads of Financial & Insurance Conference Planners and the Society for Incentive Travel Excellence....More
Budgets for incentive travel spending are closing in on pre-recession levels. Benchmark your incentive size, program priorities, destination choices, and more against the 2016 MeetingsNet/Incentive Research Foundation annual survey....More
You could lop a day off your incentive travel program to save some money. Or you could reach out to your supplier partners, share your priorities, and see what they can offer to add value to your program....More
If financial advisers have to disclose incentive conference invitations as potential conflicts of interest, some companies might choose to do away with that form of compensation altogether. Two meetings industry groups make the case for motivational travel....More
The Marriott Cancun Collection, comprised of the CasaMagna Marriott Cancun Resort and the adjoining JW Marriott Cancun Resort & Spa, has a total of 898 guestrooms and can accommodate buyouts for up to 2,400 attendees.
Planners are helping companies attract and retain high performers by taking them behind the scenes, giving them lessons from experts, creating one-of-a-kind experiences, and remembering to give back as well....More