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The Participants' Viewpoint of the Incentive Travel Market in the United Kingdom

Incentives Move Business: An Untouched Opportunity for Incentive Travel Providers

Purchasing Motivational Travel - Revisited (May 2014)

Purchasing Motivational Travel, jointly sponsored by the SITE Foundation and IMEX

The Participants' Viewpoint of Incentive Travel Pt. 4

The Participants' Viewpoint of Incentive Travel Pt. 3

The Participants' Viewpoint of Incentive Travel Pt. 2

The Participants' Viewpoint of Incentive Travel Pt. 1

The Convergence of Incentive Travel and Meeting Planning Activities

 

The Participants' Viewpoint of the Incentive Travel Market in the United Kingdom

Participants Viewpoint image.JPGThe SITE Foundation has just released the results of a new study, “The Participants’ Viewpoint of the Incentive Travel Market in the United Kingdom”, a continuation of the groundbreaking series of Participants’ Viewpoint studies published in 2012.

The new study reveals the impact of incentive travel programs on participants in the United Kingdom (U.K.) and compares results of Qualifiers who earned the travel award versus Non-Qualifiers who did not. The study also compares the effect of this motivational tool on participants from two different countries - the U.K. and the United States.

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A joint study conducted by the SITE Foundation and Sales & Marketing Management magazine

A recent survey conducted in partnership with the SITE Foundation and Sales & Marketing Management magazine produced some revealing information that is a boon to suppliers of incentive travel. Read through the data here to better access your market.

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Purchasing Motivational Travel Front Page.pngPurchasing Motivational Travel - Revisted

A joint study conducted by the SITE Foundation and IMEX

In January of last year the SITE Foundation in association with IMEX conducted a study of practices and trends in the purchase of motivational travel. This new research compares the results from last year to those of 2014.

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Purchasing Motivational Travel

A joint study conducted by the SITE Foundation and IMEX

How have purchasing practices for incentive and motivational travel programs changed in recent years? Are there differences in the bidding and decision making processes? What is the level of customer loyalty to suppliers? Utilizing the combined databases of The SITE Index panel and IMEX—the worldwide exhibition for incentive travel, meetings and events—the study asked participants to comment on their experience in this arena.

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Participant Viewpoint Part IV

The Participants' Viewpoint of Incentive Travel Pt. 4

The SITE Foundation and the Incentive Travel Council released final installment of its in-depth study, Incentive Travel: The Participant Viewpoint.  Believing that business performance can be positively impacted through the utilization of incentive travel reward and recognition programs, the two organizations developed a study that would deliver a deeper understanding of what makes a program meaningful, motivational and memorable to the participant who is working to earn the award.  This final installment serves as an overview of the complete study. 

Part Four: An Integrated Viewpoint

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The Participants' Viewpoint of Incentive Travel Pt. 3

The SITE Foundation an the Incentive Travel Council released part three of its in-depth study, Incentive Travel: The Participant Viewpoint.  Believing that business performance can be positively impacted through the utilization of incentive travel reward and recognition programs, the two organizations developed a study that would deliver a deeper understanding of what makes a program meaningful, motivational and memorable to the participant who is working to earn the award.  In this third installment, the study focused on what the 1,003 program participants found to be memorable. 

Part Three: MEMORABLE

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The Participants' Viewpoint of Incentive Travel Pt. 2

The SITE Foundation an the Incentive Travel Council released part two of its in-depth study, Incentive Travel: The Participant Viewpoint.  Believing that business performance can be positively impacted through the utilization of incentive travel reward and recognition programs, the two organizations developed a study that would deliver a deeper understanding of what makes a program meaningful, motivational and memorable to the participant who is working to earn the award.  In this second installment, the study focused on what the 1,003 program participants found to be motivational.  For the purposes of our study, motivational represents a set of value factors that both appeal and contribute to a participant’s level of active engagement throughout the lifecycle of the program --- before, during and after the incentive travel experience.

Part Two: MOTIVATIONAL

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The Participants' Viewpoint of Incentive Travel Pt. 1

The SITE Foundation an the Incentive Travel Council has released part one of its study the Participant Part Viewpoint 1 picture.jpgViewpoint of Incentive Travel.  Both organizations represent the belief that business performance can be positively impacted through the utilization of reward and recognition programs that employ motivational experiences and incentive travel initiatives. The purpose of the study was to seek a deeper understanding of what makes a program meaningful, motivational and memorable to the participant who is working to earn the award.

Part One: MEANINGFUL

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The Convergence of Incentive Travel and Meeting Planning Activities

The SITE Foundation and the MPI Foundation have cooperated in a study to determine the degree, if any, Convergence of Incentive Travel picture.jpgof convergence is taking place between incentive travel and meeting planning. Preliminary findings from this new research were released as a part of a joint press event that took place during IMEX America week.  Utilizing combined databases of the SITE Index panel, the MPI Business Barometer panel and database of in-house corporate planners the world over were asked to comment on how their respective roles as either meeting planners or incentive program planners was changing or potentially overlapping.  Full study details can be downloaded below.

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