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M&IT Awards 2017 / ITB Berlin / Site Index 2017

March 2017

M&IT Awards 2017
Last Friday, euromic was again a proud sponsor @ M&IT Awards 2017 of the Best Intermediary Agency [more than 40 employees] Award.
Congratulations again to the Winners: Conference Care (Gold), NYS Corporate (Silver) & Bank Sadler (Bronze)!


ITB Berlin
This week, meet the euromic members in Berlin:

Baltic States Baltic Travel Group Hall 18 / 126a
Brazil Walpax Brazil Travel Partners  Hall 23.b / 209
Costa Rica Premio DMC  Hall 22.b / 211
Cyprus Drakos DMC  Hall 1.1 / 111
Germany Compass Tours Incoming  Hall 8.2 / 103a
Iceland Atlantik, DMC  Hall 18 / 128c
India Creative Travel  Hall 5.2b / 219
Indonesia Pacto Ltd  Hall 26.a / 120
Japan DMC Japan (Kinki Nippon Tourist Co., Ltd.)  Hall 26.a / 105
Jordan Karma House  Hall 4.2 / 200
Kazakhstan Global Air, DMC Hall 3.1 / 601
Morocco S'Tours Destination Management Company  Hall 25 / 175
Tunisia Barclay's Group Travel Tunisia Pavilion


SITE Index 2017: The Annual Analysis and Forecast for the Incentive Travel Industry

Key Findings

  • 60% of buyers report they plan to increase the number of people eligible for incentive travel awards in the next year.
  • Nearly half of all buyers say that budgets have increased.
  • Concerns around the state of the world economy have increased the importance of creating value, as 76% of sellers report working on greater creativity/innovated event design in order to increase value.
  • Despite general concerns of health and safety, buyers report the highest incidences of increased use of incentive travel to North America, the Caribbean and Western Europe destinations.
  • Only 23% of corporate buyers and 24% of third party suppliers “always” or “almost always” track return on investment (ROI). The primary reason given for not tracking ROI is a lack of requirement from management.
  • The majority of buyers (57%) think disintermediation in the travel industry has negatively impacted their company. This trend may be explained by the growing role of event technology in the purchasing process, with 54% of buyers reporting their use of event technology will increase in the next three years. 

For more information, please visit www.siteglobal.com/page/site-index