C&IT's inaugural Incentives Retreat kicks off today

C&IT's inaugural Incentives Retreat kicks off at Chewton Glen, Hampshire today (5 December), bringing together a group of 20 top UK buyers with incentive suppliers.

Chewton Glen hosts C&IT's inaugural Incentives Retreat today
Chewton Glen hosts C&IT's inaugural Incentives Retreat today

Buyers from companies including BCD Meetings & Incentives, Prudential, AddingValue, drp, Black Tomato Agency, Zibrant and Eventful are in attendance for the event, which concludes tomorrow (6 December).

Content will include a debate on the incentives of the future, debating what the future holds for group travel and what the post-millennials will look for as the ultimate reward.

Sessions will be used to create exclusive content, which will feature as part of C&IT’s Incentive Travel Report, to be launched in January.

C&IT's new research, revealed today, shows that the incentive travel market is forecast to experience further growth next year following a strong performance in 2016.

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