An incentive travel trip is unlike anything you could plan yourself. It takes an expert with global knowledge who creates a trip that includes the best foods, activities, hotel, atmosphere, entertainment, interest, and experiences. Experiences that leave travelers with a feeling they’ve done something they never thought existed. Experiences so memorable they secretly smile at […]
About Kevin Devanney
Kevin graduated with a B.A. degree in Business Administration from Benedictine College where he lettered in soccer for 4 years. Kevin has spent 18 years in the Incentive Travel Industry. After operating incentive travel programs in 70 countries around the world as a Travel Director, Program manager and Account Executive, Kevin founded Incentive Travel Solutions in 2001.
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2020 Ryder Cup VIP Hospitality Package Amenities Include: 1x per week – Exclusive Chalet – Ryder Cup tickets – Parking – Gourmet Breakfast and Lunch Buffet – Premium open bar – VIP on-site staff All-Inclusive Ryder Cup Packages: 6 days (Tue – Sun) 60 total tickets 3 days (Fri – Sun) 30 total tickets Email […]
Each year, successful companies search for the best way to drive revenue. From rebates, to coupon programs, to pricing strategy, there are many options for increasing revenue. But one often over-looked option is a luxurious incentive travel trip that rewards executives for achieving business goals. Not just your typical European get-a-way, but a luxurious trip […]
Employee travel incentive programs offered to workers who have achieved or accomplished a quota, project, or sales goal have become popular among high ranked decision makers who opt for this type of incentive versus monetary provisions. The reason for its accumulation in popularity has to do with the majority of employees who prefer a kind […]
While sometimes grueling, every workplace follows a chain of command where top executives relay their objectives to managers who then use their employees to complete a set of tasks. It is the supervisor’s job to make certain objectives are met; however, this responsibility is not always easy to carry out. A manager must be capable […]