Experts in the incentive travel industry weigh in on the status of incentive trips amidst the COVID-19 pandemic and offer predictions for how programs will look while the world waits for a vaccine.
Lead destination content strategist Danielle LeBreck tours the Whitsundays, a collection of islands near the Great Barrier Reef in northeastern Australia, during a fam trip with Business Events Australia.
Victoria, British Columbia, is one of those special destinations in North America that offers a modern flavor all its own while also reverberating with the past.
Results from the 2019 Incentive Travel Industry Index, a joint research effort from SITE (the Society for Incentive Travel Excellence), IRF (the Incentive Research Foundation) and FICP (Financial & Insurance Conference Professionals), point to an uptick in incentive travel spend over the next few years.
Corporate incentive travel is a great way to motivate and reward your valuable employees. The following tips will help you plan a program that works for your company’s culture, size and budget.
In the Bahamas I was tasked with finding the coolest way to take a photo. I have been doing this program for about eight years with this client, so they have seen it all. However, one photo booth opportunity in particular stood out to me … so much that I had to share it with you all!
Ko Olina is the 642-acre oceanfront resort area of leeward Oahu that’s surrounded by lush green mountains, four lagoons and one-and-a-half miles of pristine coastline—and it could be the location of your next meeting or event.
Away from the heat of politics, Washington, D.C., offers distinct advantages for business travelers and meetings and convention attendees. From streamlined connections with industry-specific speakers to a vibrant dining, hospitality and cultural scene, D.C. is a leading bleisure destination.
A new generation of incentive travel award-winners is demanding programs that effect change in the form of corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives. Here’s how leaders in the incentives industry are incorporating CSR into their events.
“We now have 135 permitted festivals each year, which equates to a festival every two-and-a-half days,” said Rachel Avery, director of convention services and events for the city’s CVB, New Orleans & Company. “We have festivals large and small that appeal to anyone and everyone. If it crawls, swims and you can dance to it, you can have a festival around it.”