4 Reasons to Go to Ireland for your Next Incentive Trip

Brownell Incentive Travel’s New Business Development Executive Dawn Bridges shares why she recommends Ireland for your next incentive trip below. When it comes to deciding where to go for an incentive trip, Ireland may not be at the top of your list. But after experiencing what Ireland has to offer for incentive trip experiences firsthand, […]

Blue is the New Green: The Advantages of an Incentive Cruise

So you’re a smart, savvy business person who has decided to use incentive travel as a motivational tool for employees (good on you since non-cash rewards like travel are 2-3x more effective than cash AND for every dollar spent on incentive travel, there is a $12.50 increase in revenue!).  Now you need to determine what […]

Incentive Travel: Why Reputation & Stability Matters

According to Incentive Mag, a major seller of meeting and incentive travel suddenly announce it was going out of business last week. The report says that all employees were terminated and the fate of the clients is still unclear. But what is most shocking about this breaking news is that it’s not all that uncommon […]

3 Undeniable Reasons to Use Incentive Travel in 2017

  Improving your business in 2017 doesn’t have to be a massive undertaking. Next year, incorporate incentive travel into your organization plan. It benefits both you and your employees in a fun and exciting way. Still not sure? Read these three undeniable reasons to use incentive travel to learn more. More Bang for your Buck! In […]

Why Use Non-Cash Incentives?

Non-cash incentives increase job performance through three main factors: justifiability, social utility and organizational commitment. Justifiability: Non-cash incentives are often items that employees would not purchase for themselves, thus leading to more effort and value for the award winner. Many employees let the temptation to reward themselves for their hard-work become overrun by thoughts of […]

Six Ways to Create an Impactful Safety Program

Employee safety is a top priority in the construction and manufacturing industries. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), businesses spend close to $170 billion each year on costs associated with occupational illnesses and injuries. The money that covers these expenditures comes right out of the profits of the organization. So how can […]