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Press Releases from Incentive Research Foundation (4 total)

Measuring ROI for Incentive Programs Now Easier with Incentive Research Foundati …

St. Louis – Oct. 4, 2011 – Is there an easy way to measure the impact and Return on Investment (ROI) of today’s incentive, reward and recognition programs---especially beyond sales and manufacturing? The Incentive Research Foundation (IRF) has developed a “free” online tool to do just that. The Master Measurement Calculator Tool is being introduced today as part of the IRF’s day-long symposium, The Next Level: New Uses, Research

Trends Survey Shows Corporate Merchandise Incentives Stabilizing

St. Louis – July 6 - After one of the most difficult economic periods in history, business executives are easing their caution regarding the use of merchandise incentives as organizations renew their focus on sales activity and customer retention according to the most recent Corporate Incentive Trends Survey jointly conducted by the Incentive Research Foundation (IRF) and Corporate Meetings & Incentives (CMI). IRF President Melissa Van Dyke explained that the recent

New Incentive Research Foundation Paper Defines Top 2011 Trends in Motivating Wo …

St. Louis, MO – Feb. 16, 2011 - Underscoring the most significant changes in the incentive industry over the last decade, the Incentive Research Foundation (IRF) has just released a new white paper, Top 11 Incentive Trends for 2011. “In the emerging economy, non-cash compensation will play an increasingly vital role for most firms. However, like any corporate resource, it needs to be invested wisely and managed properly. Our findings

Incentive Research Foundation Survey Finds New Trends

St. Louis, MO – Feb. 7, 2011 - The 2011 Incentive Trends Survey jointly conducted by the Incentive Research Foundation (IRF) and Corporate Meetings & Incentives (CMI) finds incentive planners juggling new trends while they manage expectations and slow budget recovery. According to IRF President Melissa Van Dyke, participants were asked about travel programs, 2011 budgets and other issues of interest with these key findings: Budgets Improving Slightly • In 2009,