31 Corporate Team Building Activities Your Employees Will Love

by Ty Collins on October 22, 2019 in Articles, Employee Engagement, Employee Loyalty

The Big List of Employee Activities Is your team’s esprit de corp starting to flag? It could be time to invest in quality team-building activities. Taking a day to refresh your team’s spirit can improve overall performance, which directly affects corporate results. A single day of fun and frolic might not solve every issue, of … Continue reading “31 Corporate Team Building Activities Your Employees Will Love”

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Top Incentive Travel Destinations for 2020

by Ty Collins on October 3, 2019 in Incentive Travel, Individual Travel

Incentive travel is a powerful tool used by company leaders to encourage top performers to keep up the good work. But without an impressive, bucket list-style destination, your best salespeople might not recognize how highly they are valued. Whether you’re planning an international or domestic trip as sales incentives, consider one of these top incentive … Continue reading “Top Incentive Travel Destinations for 2020”

Proven Techniques in Driving Distribution Loyalty

by Jillian Fehrenbach on October 1, 2019 in Articles, Employee Engagement, Employee Loyalty, Team Engagement

Your customers are your most important asset, and that’s why it’s worth taking some time to examine your customer loyalty initiatives and how they might be adjusted to drive incremental profit. When distributors hear “contractor loyalty,” they think about travel destinations, employee loyalty, or reward types—and that can be an expensive approach. Achieving contractor customer loyalty … Continue reading “Proven Techniques in Driving Distribution Loyalty”

Employee Recognition Programs and Examples

by Ty Collins on September 24, 2019 in Employee Engagement, Employee Loyalty

Any good manager will tell you their employees are the lifeblood of their organization. They’re what makes the machine of business, the interface between the customers and the company, and the face of the product. Yet employee retention can be a problem. The top reason people leave their jobs? It’s not necessarily the lack of … Continue reading “Employee Recognition Programs and Examples”

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20 Corporate Perks You Must Offer in 2020

Corporate culture has changed a lot when it comes to employee retention and perks. Gone are the days of Christmas bonuses and gold watches. Now, the competitive climate of workplace recruitment is rethinking the way businesses handle corporate perks. There are 20 corporate perks that are essential for 2020. Creating a strategy for corporate recognition … Continue reading “20 Corporate Perks You Must Offer in 2020”

What is Incentive Travel?

by Ty Collins on September 17, 2019 in Articles, Employee Loyalty, Group Travel, Incentive Travel, Individual Travel

Incentive travel is effectively a travel perk used to incentivize or motivate employees or partners. It is often tied to company goals or top performers. In this report from the University of Central Florida Rosen College of Hospitality Management, Goldblatt and Nelson define an incentive event as “a corporate sponsored meeting or trip to reward … Continue reading “What is Incentive Travel?”

Marketing Communications Strategy: What It Is and How to Tailor It to Your Company’s Needs 

by Ty Collins on September 13, 2019 in Communication

Businesses don’t become successful by chance. They do diligent research in order to create effective marketing campaigns. This allows them to break into new markets, establish a presence, and become a go-to source for customers. An effective promotional campaign driven by a rock-solid marketing communications strategy helps make this connection. However, it takes some planning … Continue reading “Marketing Communications Strategy: What It Is and How to Tailor It to Your Company’s Needs ”

7 Tips for Building a Corporate Rewards Program for Millennials

by Ty Collins on September 11, 2019 in Employee Engagement, Employee Loyalty

The modern workforce is increasingly populated by millennials. They have the IT skills, creativity and energy to keep modern corporations growing successfully. However, keeping these young workers interested and properly motivated can be challenging. Unlike older workers, these young professionals need more than financial incentives to keep them interested in a company. Consistently implementing unique … Continue reading “7 Tips for Building a Corporate Rewards Program for Millennials”

18 New Sales Incentives to Improve Performance

by Ty Collins on September 6, 2019 in Articles, Group Travel, Incentive Travel, Team Engagement

What are sales incentives? Sales incentives can be any kind of compensation or reward provided by an employer to drive productivity, more specifically, the selling of goods or services. And sales incentives have evolved over the last 25 years, as all things to do. If you could take a time machine back to the 1990s … Continue reading “18 New Sales Incentives to Improve Performance”

Guidelines on Conducting a Successful Meeting

by Ty Collins on September 4, 2019 in Articles

Does it ever seem like you’re spending way too much time in meetings, burning through valuable time that you could’ve used to actually work? Do you leave these meetings confused and unsure what you’re next steps should be? You’re not alone. Executives report spending an average of nearly 23 hours per week in meetings. But … Continue reading “Guidelines on Conducting a Successful Meeting”

6 Reasons Why Corporations Should Care About Employee Loyalty

by Ty Collins on September 1, 2019 in Employee Engagement, Employee Loyalty

One of the biggest misconceptions about a loyal employee and employee retention is that he or she is loyal because they have worked for the company for many years and thusly advocate the employee brand. This is the first mistake that most companies and business professionals make. An employee who has been working for your … Continue reading “6 Reasons Why Corporations Should Care About Employee Loyalty”

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Top Reasons to Outsource Your Incentive Travel Program

by Trisha Neff on August 27, 2019 in Announcements, Articles, Communication, Group Travel, Incentive Travel

Have you ever asked (or answered) the question, “Should we outsource our corporate incentive travel program?” If so, then you know that organizing an event of any size requires more than just choosing a destination and motivating participants to hit their goals. Success depends on careful planning—all while evaluating performance and managing the behaviors of … Continue reading “Top Reasons to Outsource Your Incentive Travel Program”

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9 Ways to Grow Your Email Database

by Ty Collins on August 22, 2019 in Communication

An email database is a fast, effective marketing and sales tool. Though returns are not as robust as direct mail, email marketing is much more cost efficient. Businesses can see up to $44 for every dollar they spend on email marketing. And a user-friendly, feature-rich database lets you provide valuable information to customers, prospects and others with … Continue reading “9 Ways to Grow Your Email Database”

8 Employee Retention Tips

by Ty Collins on August 17, 2019 in Employee Engagement, Employee Loyalty

According to the Wall Street Journal, hiring the right people is the single best way to reduce employee turnover and ultimately nurture loyalty and a better bottom line, but in an increasingly mobile workforce, many young employees have little desire to follow the once standard career path: starting with a company at a young age … Continue reading “8 Employee Retention Tips”

15 Meeting Management Tips: How to Run an Effective Meeting

by Ty Collins on August 9, 2019 in Announcements, Communication, Meetings, Team Engagement

How to Run a Painless Meeting There are two ways to run a meeting. The first is probably the most common—you sit at the head of the table, open the meeting, and then the meeting just starts, the same way it did last time, and the time before that, and the time before that. This … Continue reading “15 Meeting Management Tips: How to Run an Effective Meeting”

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The Power of Communicating Performance Data to Your Team

by Stephanie Roppolo on July 23, 2019 in Articles, Communication, Employee Engagement, Employee Loyalty, Team Engagement

Communicating business performance data to your team is fundamental to helping them collaborate and engage, and to helping you reach your business goals. The most important data will center around operational and financial budgets, sales incentives and revenue goals, and customer and employee satisfaction; and ultimately tie that data back to your email database. High-performing … Continue reading “The Power of Communicating Performance Data to Your Team”

VIKTOR: 45 Years in Business

by Jillian Fehrenbach on July 22, 2019 in Announcements, Articles, Communication, Employee Loyalty

So much has happened in 45 years at VIKTOR, the company we aptly named after Viktor Weyand who celebrates 45 years with the company today! The year was 1974. Richard Nixon was in the White House and William Milliken was Michigan’s governor. The Watergate scandal hit a peak and Nixon resigned under pressure of being removed … Continue reading “VIKTOR: 45 Years in Business”

What Is Direct Mail Marketing And Is It Effective?

by Ty Collins on June 26, 2019 in Articles

Silly Question: What is Direct Mail? Not silly at all. We forget most of the “letters” that show up in our mailbox are marketing collateral. Direct mail is promotional content sent to people via postal mail. The restaurant flyers, real estate postcards and local business circulars that arrive on a daily basis are all forms … Continue reading “What Is Direct Mail Marketing And Is It Effective?”

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Driving Revenue Through Referrals

by Stephanie Roppolo on June 21, 2019 in Articles, Communication, Meetings, Team Engagement

People are more likely to buy when referred by a friend. Start your referral program today.

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Why Non-Cash Rewards are Better for Incentive Programs

by Jillian Fehrenbach on June 11, 2019 in Articles

When it comes to motivating employees, everyone prefers cash, right? In fact, the opposite is true. The use of non-cash rewards by U.S. companies has recently exploded. A recent Incentive Research Foundation study estimates that the number of firms using non-cash rewards has risen sharply from approximately 25% in the 1990s to more than 80% … Continue reading “Why Non-Cash Rewards are Better for Incentive Programs”

New Government Travel Ban Rules Out Incentive Trips to Cuba

by Jillian Fehrenbach on June 7, 2019 in Announcements, Group Travel, Incentive Travel, Individual Travel

As you may be aware by now, the Trump Administration has reinstated travel restrictions to Cuba for U.S. travelers. A recently reenacted government ban, as described in the U.S. Department of Treasury’s official statement, effectively eliminates group travel to the island indefinitely. Although it includes a “grandfather provision” for pre-paid people-to-people tours, exact details about how … Continue reading “New Government Travel Ban Rules Out Incentive Trips to Cuba”

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How to Survive and Thrive on Conference Calls

by Ty Collins on May 24, 2019 in Communication, Meetings

Meeting management can be a bear. Conference calls can be all but impossible to run effectively. The list of woes is long. They never start on time. Someone’s always muted and they don’t realize it, and inevitably there’s one person who can’t find the bridge, but, love them or hate them, conference calls and remote … Continue reading “How to Survive and Thrive on Conference Calls”

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Engage Your Audience with Video

by Stephanie Roppolo on April 22, 2019 in Articles, Employee Engagement, Team Engagement

What’s Your Plan to Pump Up Engagement in 2019? We invite you to consider video.  Companies’ sales and marketing departments are using video more and more to activate their message and engage employees, distributors and customers. Don’t leave video out of your marketing mix because, according to Forbes Magazine, video now accounts for up to … Continue reading “Engage Your Audience with Video”

IRF 2019 Trends

by Jillian Fehrenbach on January 30, 2019 in Articles, Group Travel, Incentive Travel

A sunny forecast is on the horizon for Incentive Travel, according to the Incentive Research Foundation. Their 2019 Trends Study revealed numerous positive findings, summarized here: Growth is supported by expanding budgets, increased participant eligibility, and improved internal and public perceptions of incentive travel programs, according to the 2018 Incentive Travel Industry Index. The average … Continue reading “IRF 2019 Trends”

Incentive Budget Design

by Stephanie Roppolo on December 12, 2018 in Incentive Travel

Gaining budget approval for your incentive program can be a challenge. In our latest article, we detail the steps to take to achieve upper management buy-in. 

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Mark Mazzone Joins VIKTOR’s Sales Team

by Jillian Fehrenbach on November 16, 2018 in Announcements

VIKTOR extends a warm welcome to Mark Mazzone, who has joined the Sales & Marketing team as Sr. Director of Business Development. He is responsible for developing new business opportunities and creating customized meetings, sales incentive and rewards programs for VIKTOR’s new and existing clients. Mazzone brings 14 years of experience to VIKTOR, with an … Continue reading “Mark Mazzone Joins VIKTOR’s Sales Team”

Networking in the Midwest at GLES

by Jillian Fehrenbach on November 9, 2018 in Meetings

Recently, our travels took us to Madison, Wisconsin for a few days to attend the Great Lakes Educational Summit (GLES). This event was organized by the Michigan Chapter of Meeting Professionals International (MPI) – a global association that uses innovative learning, collaboration and advocacy to connect the meeting and event community face-to-face. The summit covered a wide … Continue reading “Networking in the Midwest at GLES”

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Do you decant your wine?

by Jillian Fehrenbach on October 26, 2018 in Wellness

Perhaps you were gifted a hip wine decanter, or even drawn to one at an estate sale, but do you regularly use it? Decanting wineis an age-old ritual that has recently regained popularity. An act no longer reserved just for vintage ports and aged Bordeaux, slowly pouring wine from bottle to decanter exposes it to oxygen, which … Continue reading “Do you decant your wine?”

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A Checklist for Choosing Rewards

by Jillian Fehrenbach on October 18, 2018 in Employee Engagement, Employee Loyalty, Team Engagement

There are many things to consider when selecting rewards that will engage your employees. Since a lengthy analysis means time and money, we’ve designed this handy checklist to help you choose the rewards that will truly motivate them to work hard and help your business grow.

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Increase Engagement with Aspirational Brands

by Stephanie Roppolo on October 8, 2018 in Employee Engagement, Employee Loyalty, Team Engagement

Can you make your employees feel more valuable with aspirational brands? We think so! Learn how these brands can entice participants to work harder and grow revenue, with our latest article about increasing employee engagement.

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Mark Bondy makes BizBash’s Top 500 List

by Jillian Fehrenbach on October 5, 2018 in Announcements

VIKTOR is honored to announce that BizBash Magazine has named our own Mark Bondy to its 2018 inaugural list of The Top 500 People in Events—a list “representing the best of the meeting and event industry across North America.” These recognized thought leaders influence the trade and consumer shows, brand campaigns, and large-scale event planning, all while empowering … Continue reading “Mark Bondy makes BizBash’s Top 500 List”

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The Best Must-Have Travel Apps

by Jillian Fehrenbach on September 26, 2018 in Group Travel, Incentive Travel, Individual Travel

Whether traveling for work or pleasure, there’s a good chance you’ll rely on an app or two to get where you’re going. We all have our favorites, but we’ve found a few we think are worth sharing. So whether you use an Android or iOS device, these must-have apps just could make your travels easier, … Continue reading “The Best Must-Have Travel Apps”

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A Shift in Incentive Travel

by Jillian Fehrenbach on September 21, 2018 in Incentive Travel

An incentive travel program is a vital tool for recognizing your best salespeople and incentivizing your biggest customers. You want to inspire them to go above and beyond, and to wow participants with a trip they wouldn’t normally take on their own. But how do you decide where to go? Fortunately, we’ve been there (literally). … Continue reading “A Shift in Incentive Travel”

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Welcome back Traverse City Film Festival!

by Jillian Fehrenbach on July 31, 2018 in Articles

The Traverse City Film Festival is back. Held every year at the end of July, this annual event was created in 2005 to help “save one of America’s few indigenous art forms—the cinema.” The mission of this non-profit organization, co-founded by Oscar-winning film director Michael Moore, is to show great movies that represent excellence in filmmaking; in … Continue reading “Welcome back Traverse City Film Festival!”

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Incentive Communications

by Stephanie Roppolo on March 5, 2018 in Incentive Travel

Why companies struggle, and creative ideas to make your next campaign easier.  Do you struggle to communicate your incentive programs? Read our latest blog article, which includes untapped resources to help your campaign stand out. Also, check out our article on marketing communications strategy.

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Wellness & Incentives — Part I

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Build Wellness into your meeting planning today. Click here to read how.

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State Department Launches New Travel Advisory Program

by Jillian Fehrenbach on January 29, 2018 in Group Travel, Incentive Travel, Individual Travel

A first step in planning any trip abroad involves checking the travel advisories for your intended destination. If you’ve ever been confused about the difference between travel warnings and advisories, you’re not alone. Of course, if you’re traveling with us, we automatically monitor each location for any safety concerns. Even so, you may want to … Continue reading “State Department Launches New Travel Advisory Program”

Incentive Programs Work

by Stephanie Roppolo on January 3, 2018 in Incentive Travel

If you are looking for a special way to thank people who have done a great job – and motivate others to do their best – consider an incentive travel program. Not only are you giving your staff unforgettable experiences and life-long memories, there are enormous benefits for your business too: It’s much more motivationalResearch … Continue reading “Incentive Programs Work”

Move the Middle. Set Smaller Goals. (Part II)

by Stephanie Roppolo on November 27, 2017 in Employee Engagement

We believe that the greatest potential to propel your sales results lies in moving the middle 60-70% of your organization. Recently, we delivered recommendations on how to move the middle of your sales organization by coaching. Here, we’ll further explore this by focusing goals—baby steps, if you will—which can help your sales force gain incremental … Continue reading “Move the Middle. Set Smaller Goals. (Part II)”

Are You Engaging Your Attendees?

by Jillian Fehrenbach on October 24, 2017 in Employee Engagement, Employee Loyalty, Incentive Travel, Meetings

Engagement is certainly one of this year’s buzzwords. And there’s good reasoning behind that. The more engaged your customer, meeting or incentive attendee, or stakeholder, the more loyal they will be to your product, and therefore the more valuable they become to you. So, what are the best ways to engage your event attendees and … Continue reading “Are You Engaging Your Attendees?”

It’s Happening in the “D”!

by Leslie Blair on October 12, 2017 in Group Travel, Incentive Travel

We began 2017 talking about Detroit as a Comeback City, and as we enter the last quarter of the year, we’re going to provide an update on how that growth is continuing to accelerate. It’s led, of course, by the opening of LCA–Little Caesars Arena–in The District Detroit, a new sporting and entertainment area that … Continue reading “It’s Happening in the “D”!”

Mindfulness Meditation

by Jillian Fehrenbach on September 20, 2017 in Wellness

Mindfulness meditation, or shamatha, has been defined as “the practice of purposely focusing your attention on the present moment and accepting it without judgment.” It involves being kind and forgiving toward yourself and accepting your experience during meditation. Stay with it and it will become easier to accept anything that comes your way during your … Continue reading “Mindfulness Meditation”

Move the Middle. Start Coaching.

by Stephanie Roppolo on September 14, 2017 in Employee Engagement

Everyone is familiar with the statistics, but in case the infamous bell curve is new to you, 70% of your workforce falls in the middle — referring to the middle of your company’s revenue earning potential. Let’s refresh. The we are mentioning looks like this: However, did you know that your B players hold the … Continue reading “Move the Middle. Start Coaching.”

The Essential DMC

by Jillian Fehrenbach on August 22, 2017 in Group Travel, Incentive Travel

Our business is to provide you with the best trip, meeting, or event possible. Created around your specific needs to reward your top-tier producers, each project is executed by working closely with you. Often, we’ll also work in tandem with another important part of our team: the destination management company (DMC). A partner in the … Continue reading “The Essential DMC”

Incentivize and recognize

by Jillian Fehrenbach on August 9, 2017 in Employee Engagement, Group Travel, Incentive Travel, Individual Travel, Team Engagement

Thanks for stopping by! You’ve probably heard that great experiences can motivate people and promote the success of your business. Put your staff on the path to meeting their sales and performance goals, and you’ll move closer to achieving your corporate objectives (ask us about ROI). Here at VIKTOR, that’s our business. We craft and … Continue reading “Incentivize and recognize”

Tips for Engaging Meetings

by Jillian Fehrenbach on July 13, 2017 in Employee Engagement, Meetings, Team Engagement

Changes in the way we receive, process and communicate information doesn’t apply just to social media. In fact, technology and social media are driving many of these changes, and they impact every area of our lives. If you want to make sure your meeting and event attendees are actively engaged, here are a few tips … Continue reading “Tips for Engaging Meetings”

Oh, the Places you’ll Go!

by Jillian Fehrenbach on June 5, 2017 in Group Travel, Incentive Travel

Location, location, location is a well-known real estate mantra. The incentive travel industry has a similar mantra, destination, destination, destination. Trying to come up with the perfect incentive destination can be quite time consuming. After all, to be a viable option, it needs to offer: Safety First class hotels A variety of interesting and authentic … Continue reading “Oh, the Places you’ll Go!”

Tips for Wine Tasting

by Jillian Fehrenbach on April 3, 2017 in Employee Engagement, Group Travel, Individual Travel, Team Engagement

If you’re taking a trip soon — and we know some who are! — there’s a good chance you’ll encounter a wonderful wine or two along the way…because good wine is everywhere! Whether you consider yourself a fun-loving enthusiast or a savvy connoisseur, the best way to incorporate a winery excursion into your trip is … Continue reading “Tips for Wine Tasting”

What’s in Store for the Hotel Market in 2017?

by Leslie Blair on March 29, 2017 in Group Travel, Incentive Travel, Individual Travel

While the hotel market continues to be somewhat bullish, signs are afoot that things are finally going to be slowing as we progress through the year. Not a big change, just a gradual slowing. Considering the industry has been enjoying the highest occupancies ever, at least in the 30 years it’s been measured, this news isn’t … Continue reading “What’s in Store for the Hotel Market in 2017?”

Viktor Weyand’s Career Spans the Slopes as well as the Globe

by Jillian Fehrenbach on March 24, 2017 in Employee Loyalty, Group Travel, Incentive Travel, Wellness

Not many people get the opportunity to work with an icon in their industry, let alone an icon in two industries. Those of us who’ve had the opportunity to work for Viktor Weyand know what a force of nature the man can be; and there are hotel and incentive suppliers around the world that know … Continue reading “Viktor Weyand’s Career Spans the Slopes as well as the Globe”

Navigating Your Way through Trusted Traveler Programs

by Jillian Fehrenbach on February 22, 2017 in Group Travel, Incentive Travel, Individual Travel

Frequent fliers now have several options from which to choose when it comes to expediting their way through security lines. The newest of these programs is Clear, which is privately operated but sanctioned by TSA. I recently became a member, and so far, it’s been amazing.  The one drawback is that it’s only in 20 … Continue reading “Navigating Your Way through Trusted Traveler Programs”

2017 Meetings Industry Forecast

by Jillian Fehrenbach on February 16, 2017 in Group Travel, Incentive Travel, Individual Travel, Meetings

I’ve had the opportunity to read several recaps on the trends predicted to impact the Meetings Industry this year. One of the best was in a recent webinar by Meetings Today and U.S. Travel featuring Michael Dominguez, SVP & CSO for MGM Resorts. Dominguez is a popular speaker in the industry, and for good reason. He’s knowledgeable, matter … Continue reading “2017 Meetings Industry Forecast”

IRF Releases Top Incentive Trends for 2017

by Jillian Fehrenbach on January 20, 2017 in Employee Loyalty, Group Travel, Incentive Travel, Team Engagement

If you have plans to launch an incentive program this year, you’ll want to know what trends are shaping the industry. The Incentive Research Foundation (IRF) has just released its 2017 Trends Study, which highlights the top ten trends for incentive travel, and reward and recognition programs for the coming year. It identifies key areas for change … Continue reading “IRF Releases Top Incentive Trends for 2017”

America’s Comeback City—Detroit

by Leslie Blair on January 12, 2017 in Group Travel, Individual Travel

Much as we enjoy touting the many wonderful aspects of our hometown, Traverse City, there’s another great city in our state that has been garnering quite a few accolades of its own lately. Yes, I’m talking about Detroit—the Motor City, Motown, or as it is fondly referred to these days, “The D”. After years of … Continue reading “America’s Comeback City—Detroit”

The Effects of Change on Employee Engagement

by Jillian Fehrenbach on December 29, 2016 in Employee Engagement, Employee Loyalty

Most of us will admit we aren’t crazy about change. We can also agree that most changes, especially big ones, have some type of impact on us. A new study looks closely at organizational change, and confirms what we thought we knew all along: intense change, such as a company merger or a change in … Continue reading “The Effects of Change on Employee Engagement”

Event Planning: Food Trends and Allergies

by Jillian Fehrenbach on in Group Travel, Incentive Travel

As we say goodbye to the old year and look forward to the new one, we also anticipate the emergence of new trends. And nowhere are we more obsessed with the latest trends than when it comes to what we eat! Regardless of the content we include in our meetings and incentives, food will always … Continue reading “Event Planning: Food Trends and Allergies”

Navigating Those Not-Always-So-Friendly Skies

by Jillian Fehrenbach on December 21, 2016 in Incentive Travel

Airfare continues to be a major part of the travel budget for meeting and incentive planners. And while some sources are reporting they see prices leveling off, that isn’t what we’re experiencing in the real world, and we bet you aren’t either. In this article from USA Today, Rick Seaney shares 5 tips for finding bargain … Continue reading “Navigating Those Not-Always-So-Friendly Skies”

A New Understanding of Generational Differences: Millennials

by Jillian Fehrenbach on November 15, 2016 in Employee Loyalty, Team Engagement

It’s hard to pick up any type of publication these days without seeing something about Millennials and the impact they’re having on society. We decided it was time to get to the bottom of this issue, so at our recent VIKTOR Experience, we presented a session on this very topic. Here are a few of … Continue reading “A New Understanding of Generational Differences: Millennials”

IMEX: The World at Your Doorstep

by Jillian Fehrenbach on October 18, 2016 in Employee Engagement, Incentive Travel

The Incentive, Meetings and Events world comes together in Las Vegas every October for IMEX—the largest hosted buyer program in North America. It’s like taking a trip around the world in three days—on your feet! It’s the premier showcase for destinations, hotels, cruise lines, DMC’s, airlines, corporate gifts and premiums—with over 3,100 exhibitors in total. … Continue reading “IMEX: The World at Your Doorstep”

What’s Trending in the Incentive Industry?

by Jillian Fehrenbach on October 12, 2016 in Incentive Travel

According to the Incentive Research Foundation and the Incentive Federation’s 2016 Incentive Marketplace Study, there are several key factors impacting the incentive industry today. Number 1, the industry is growing. One of the major drivers of this growth is in non-sales incentives. The service economy continues to grow, and it’s predicted about 90% of the … Continue reading “What’s Trending in the Incentive Industry?”