Meetings & Incentives Worldwide Inc.: 2015 CMI 25

Meetings & Incentives Worldwide Inc.: 2015 CMI 25

Meeting & Incentives Worldwide Inc.
Caledonia, WI
FOUNDED: 1967
LEADERSHIP: Jean Johnson, CMP, partner, president, and CEO; Tina Madden, CPA, partner and CFO
TOP CUSTOMER MARKETS: pharmaceutical, manufacturing
WEB SITE: meetings-incentives.com
AT A GLANCE: Meetings & Incentives Worldwide’s fast-paced growth in recent years was rewarded with a spot on Inc. magazine’s annual list of the fastest-growing small businesses in the U.S. The 2014 ranking (#4,093) is based on three years of growth from 2010 to 2013, when the company grew its revenues 72 percent, from $46.7 million to $80.2 million.

In honor of North American Meetings Industry Day on April 16, M&IW hosted an educational session for industry leaders in the pharmaceutical and healthcare sectors. As a result, 15 of the company’s leaders earned their Healthcare Meeting Compliance Certificate. In addition to the event, M&IW helped to raise awareness of NAMID by petitioning Milwaukee’s mayor and Wisconsin’s governor for proclamations of support. Both proclamations were granted.
BY THE NUMBERS:
  • Corporate meetings in
    2014
     
    1,382
     
  • Incentive travel programs in 2014
     
    58
     
  • Meeting and incentive
    travel programs held
    outside the U.S.
    22%
     
  • Room nights booked for meetings and incentives
     
    176,106
  • Revenue from planning and executing meetings and incentives
    77%
  • Full-time employees

     
    165 (U.S.)
    5 (non-U.S.)
  • Corporate meetings in
    2014
    1,382
     
  • Incentive travel programs in 2014
    58
     
  • Meeting and incentive travel programs held outside the U.S.
    22%
     
  • Room nights booked for meetings and incentives
    176,106
     
  • Revenue from planning and executing meetings and incentives
    77%
  • Full-time employees
    165 (U.S.)
    5 (non-U.S.)
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