See what respondents to a just-completed Financial & Insurance Conference Planners survey about incentive practices said about international destinations, education, and DMCs. We're on the scene at the 2015 FICP Education Forum (with FICP Chair Shelia Cleary, pictured)....More
Some 150 corporate meeting professionals and Las Vegas suppliers gathered for MeetingsNet’s 16th annual Las Vegas Corporate Invitational in April, offering meeting planners a taste of the city’s wide variety of conference and group incentive options. See who, what, and where in pictures.
Find out which emerging destinations respondents to the annual MeetingsNet/Incentive Research Foundation Incentive Travel Trends survey pegged as new sites they're looking to book for incentive groups. Some of the results may surprise you.
Yes, there are champagne toasts, massages, and literal red carpets among our site inspection stories. But what planners really want to see is attention to the needs of their group, proof that a hotel can address a company’s hot buttons, and a staff truly committed to service.
It's a meeting planner's biggest challenge: finding new and engaging designs for events, activities for meetings, and ways to wow a jaded audience. How about Oz in the ballroom (pictured, by Destination Concepts at the Hotel Del Coronado)?
The war for talent is heating up! With improvement in the global economy, it’s getting increasingly difficult for companies to attract and retain the high-potential and skilled employees who are necessary to compete globally....More
Headline entertainers take your incentive conference from amazing memory to experience of a lifetime. We've got tips from an expert on handling the unique challenges of celebrity contracts and riders....More
A revitalized advanced certification program and a stand against a dark side of global travel—child sex trafficking—are among the priorities for Society for Incentive Travel Excellence 2015 President Rhonda Brewer....More