Corporate Rewards names its top ten incentive destinations

Greenland, Lithuania and Baku have made it onto agency Corporate Rewards' list of top ten incentive ideas.

Flame Towers Complex, Baku, Azerbaijan
Flame Towers Complex, Baku, Azerbaijan

Corporate Rewards expects 2016 to be a ‘bumper year’ for incentive travel and has produced a list of top incentive destinations it claims are ‘affordable’ and also give a good return on investment.

 Its top destinations for incentive travel in 2016 are (in alphabetical order):

  • Baku, Azerbaijan
  • Cape Town, South Africa
  • Copenhagen
  • Croatia
  • Greenland
  • Malta
  • Qatar
  • Romania
  • Vietnam
  • Vilnius, Lithuania

Jo Meddings, head of events at Corporate Rewards, said: "The ultimate reward for your highest performers is incentive travel, whether you want to motivate and reward your employees, or keep your product front-of-mind for your sales teams.

"Incentive travel ideas for 2016 are undoubtedly the best offerings we’ve seen for a decade. They really have the capacity to inspire people to do more, by presenting once-in-a-lifetime experiences."

Do you agree with Corporate Rewards top ten list, or are there other destinations on your radar for 2016? Leave a comment below or tweet us @CITmagazine with your views. 

More:

Successful 2016 ahead for incentive travel, says SITE

Virgin Atlantic outlines incentive trends for 2016

C&IT Incentive Travel Report 2015: Top destinations revealed

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