RSA Group hands sales incentive contract to DBMT

DBMT has been awarded a second piece of business from RSA Group (Royal Sun Alliance) less than a month after becoming preferred supplier for the financial services firm's Platinum Club incentive programme.

The agency has been appointed to manage the Sales Recognition Awards, an incentive initiative for next year that will see the top ten sales performers around the world rewarded with an incentive trip.

Instead of a group incentive, RSA is working with DBMT to create unique travel experiences for the ten winners, via a personal concierge service.

"We're delighted to have been appointed to run a second piece of business for RSA and are looking forward to working with another division within the RSA Group," said DBMT managing director, David Bottrill.

Last month, DBMT beat 12 agencies including incumbent Grass Roots in a competitive pitch to win a three-year contract to organise incentive activity for RSA Group's Platinum Club global awards programme, starting with two trips for groups of 34 and 154 winners and their partners next summer.

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