I was thinking how I could kick this blog off and the obvious ideas sprang to mind:
Tell the reader why they should implement an incentive program – but then he/she knows that already OR just show everyone the enjoyment and recognition a great incentive reward can bring.
So, rather than tell you, again, 3 GOOD REASONS TO USE INCENTIVE PROGRAMS FOR YOUR SALES CHANNEL:
- A 5% increase in employee retention can generate a 25% – 85% increase in profitability
- Organisations with higher than average levels of employee engagement realise 27% higher profits, 50% higher sales, 50% higher customer loyalty levels and 38% above-average profitability.
- Annual revenue increases are 3x higher in companies that use a tangible sales incentive over those who don’t use an additional incentive. When incentive programs are in place, the potential for growth is much, much higher,
I thought you may be more interested in these special moments:
BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS ONBOARD THE ROCKY MOUNTAINEER – CAKE BAKED AND PRESENTED BY A CELEBRITY CHEF
HOWDY AND WELCOME TO KAMLOOPS AND THE CANADIAN ROCKIES
NOT JUST A PARTY PLACE – A RAJASTHANI PALACE – JUST FOR US
SOMETHING TO SMILE ABOUT DURING LUNCH IN AGRA
Incentive sales rewards don’t always have to be to exotic places but it sure helps.
Let me know if you have any ideas for a desirable destination that will light up your sales channel?
In the second week of June 2017, Incentive Action took 230 guests to the USA as part of an incentive reward. These guests had qualified over the course of 12 months through sales of our client’s product.
Guests flew into Washington DC and spent two nights at the W Washington Hotel, overlooking the White House. Whilst in Washington DC, guests were treated to a city tour (including a visit to Capitol Hill) and a visit to the International Spy Museum. Guests also opted-in to various smaller tours including a bike tour, a Segway tour; a visit to George Washington’s house at Mount Vernon; or a tour of Georgetown.
The highlight in Washington DC was the dinner at the National Air & Space Museum, where guests had the opportunity to explore the many displays as well as experience flight in the many simulators. American astronaut, Leroy Chiao, was the guest speaker at dinner, where he entertained guests with stories of his experience in space and aboard the International Space Station.
Guests were transferred to New York via the Amtrak and upon arrival, checked-in to the recently refurbished InterContinental Barclay. Three full days in New York saw the group partake in an Amazing Race challenge around Midtown and a city tour that included visits to SoHo, Chelsea, the Flatiron, 9/11 Memorial and High Line. Some guests also immersed themselves in smaller activities and tours such as scenic helicopter flights, an NYPD tour, biking in Central Park and a Gangs & Mobs walking tour.
The Farewell Party was held at The Foundry in Queens, situated right beside the Queensborough Bridge and accessed via a scenic Water Taxi tour down the East River, offering spectacular views of the Manhattan Skyline whilst enjoying some drinks.
Check out some of the amazing photos from this incredible trip.
The Washington Monument, Washington DC
Capitol Hill, Washington DC
Dinner at National Air & Space Museum, Washington DC
The Amazing Race in Grand Central Station, NYC
The 9/11 Memorial, NYC
The Naked Cowboy of Times Square, NYC
See all of our highlights of our Mitsubishi Electric Australia group trip to Japan.