The IRF Quarterly Academic Review –

For Incentive, Rewards & Recognition Professionals
from the IRF President, Melissa Van Dyke
The Incentive Research Foundation (IRF), a private not-for-profit foundation, funds research studies and develops products serving all segments of the global incentive industry.  The Foundation focuses its initiatives on pragmatic research highlighting the premise and the power of incentive and motivational programs.

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Incentive Travel Still a key Motivator

sunsetPrograms which utilize incentive travel as a key motivator continue to be seen as meaningful and desirable from the participant’s viewpoint.
The attitudes and attention of today’s workforce is rapidly evolving, and understanding what people perceive as worth their time and effort is key to
unleashing the maximum potential of people powered businesses.

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600_437363928Bit Hosted Buyers of the Mice World organise on average 47,5 events per year, with a 22.000 Euro budget for each event.

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