Incentive Travel Survey Reveals Uncertainties

Never before has corporate America been as uncertain about its use of incentive travel programs as in the post-9/11 economy, according to an e-mail/Internet survey conducted by ICP's sister publication Corporate Meetings & Incentives.

While the majority (51.4 percent) of the 339 sales, marketing, and meeting executives who participated said they will continue their 2002 incentive programs, a significant number (18.2 percent) said they just “didn't know” if they would

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