What is the perfect Christmas reward from your company?

Make Christmas a merry time this year for both your employees and your business with these great incentive rewards.

Boomers versus millennials: What’s the difference?

Building an effective customer or employee loyalty program can seem complicated with such huge differences in age demographic. Are there actually differences or is it all just stereotype?

How to engage employees with incentives over Christmas

Show some employee appreciation by carefully organising a Christmas extravaganza to beef up your existing rewards program. Want some ideas? Read on.

Start turning heads and reaping the benefits with new technology

Unique and easy-to-use technology has the potential to generate a lot of attention and excitement that may otherwise never happen. Want to use this to boost your loyalty program? Read on.

How to build a positive word of mouth reputation

So you’ve heard about word of mouth, you know how effective it can be and you want to utilise it successfully. How do you manage that? With these tips.

The facts about word of mouth

As convenient communication grows, so too does the power that word of mouth can hold. Here are some interesting facts about this fascinating marketing trend.

Join the smartphone age of customer loyalty

Our ever-increasing era of smartphone users helps put social media at millions more fingertips. What does this mean for loyalty programs? Potentially everything.

Is your company suffering a leadership crisis?

A number of organisations around the world are reporting that a lack of top-tier leadership is one of the biggest challenges 2014 faced. Want to avoid the problem for the coming years? Read on.

The future of retail technology

As the advancement in modern technology marches on, the very nature of how we shop is changing. How does this affect your incentive rewards program? Read on.

2 of the most common channel partner loyalty mistakes

There are easy mistakes to make when considering channel loyalty, though they can be easy to learn from. Here are two of the most common ones for you to think about in your next strategy meeting.