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Curated Rewards

The Right Rewards

Research shows that the number of U.S. businesses using non-cash rewards has risen from 26% in 1996 to 86% in 2018 (IRF). We agree. And we’ve continually invested in providing the most up-to-date options for our clients. We know people are motivated in different ways and by different things. Our award solutions are strategically deployed to align with the goals of your program and the profile of your participants. Our solution-neutral approach allows you to marry the right rewards with employee recognition, sales incentive and channel loyalty programs.

Group Travel

Once-in-a-lifetime group incentive travel experiences will help you drive loyalty, enhance engagement and increase behaviors that will allow you to reach your business goals. These programs are a great prestige tool for rewarding your participants with once-in-a-lifetime experiences that simply cannot be purchased.

Individual Travel

The beauty of individual incentive travel as a reward is that it creates lasting memories and enduring moments that will live on long after the last flight home. These are personally meaningful experiences that are tailored to the individual; trips that are flexible, customized and personalized.

Experiences

We can work together to provide unforgettable experiences that will truly inspire your people. Whether it’s front row tickets, a couch in the skybox, or standing on the field next to their favorite player, we can make it happen.

Recognition Collections

Length of service, holiday gifts, and achievements are perfect options for fixed-range reward selections.

Points-based Rewards

Our robust online catalog offers thousands of products and hundreds of well-known brand names. Recipients will think fondly of your brand each time they see, touch or use their reward.

All of these rewards have a place in a well-designed influence portfolio, but it’s also useful to think of them on a chart from “Me” to “Us.” As you move to the right, the rewards tie participants closer to the company and participants become more focused on company goals versus individual ones.

Types of Rewards

Are you using the right rewards?