SITE Crystal Awards winners revealed

Incentive travel companies received awards for creating unique and memorable experiences at a ceremony in Vancouver.

The annual Crystal Awards Recognition Program, organised by the Society for Incentive Travel Excellence (SITE), rewards incentive travel companies for creating unique and memorable experiences.

The latest awards were presented at the SITE 2020 Global Conference in Vancouver (24-27 January), with eight companies receiving awards. 

The Crystal Award winners are:

Excellence in incentive travel, North America: MFactor Meetings
Rewarding partners with a Crystal Ravel Ship to Vienna and Budapest. 

Most impactful effort toward corporate social responsibility as part of an incentive programme: Streamlinevents, Inc.
A program that included building an additional space for the Boys and Girls Club of Hawaii.

Best destination-based experiential incentive travel programme: Spectra in Scotland
A 700-person trip to Scotland, including a visit to Edinburgh Castle and Royal Yacht Britannia. 

Excellence in incentive travel, Latin America and Caribbean: Travelieer
Immunotec Life’s trip to Bogota for 1,050 winners.

Excellence in incentive travel, Asia/Pacific: Travelieer
A 15-night trip for 270 to Bangkok and Hanoi. 

Excellence in incentive travel, Europe: Odyssey International DMC
The largest incentive to Ireland for a US-based insurance company. 

Excellence in incentive travel, Africa/Middle East: Arabian Adventures MIE
Rewarding top performers with a trip to Dubai.

Most effective incentive marketing campaign: Creative Group
The strategy to design a highly relevant and impactful theme that would deliver maximum engagement. 

These winning programmes demonstrated excellent design and execution, but also how incentive travel can advance client values and achieve important business objectives such as increased sales, employee engagement and loyalty.  

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