Corporate Travel & Incentives

  • Canadians spending five per cent more on hotels worldwide

    The® biannual Hotel Price Index™ (HPI™) was recently released and again showed hotel prices are on a steady incline with Canadians dishing out an average of five per cent more in 2012 than they had in 2011. The latest increase, which was a modest three per cent in 2011, has Canadians paying an average of $142 per night for domestic hotel stays and $152 per night internationally.

  • Air Transat named Most Climate Efficient North American Net Carrier

    Air Transat has been recognized as Most Climate Efficient North American Net Carrier by the German organization atmosfair, which for the second year in a row evaluated the environmental performance of some 130 carriers, rating their atmospheric CO2 emissions and ranking them in its “Airline Index.” The announcement was made earlier today at the Berlin Air Show.

  • 2013 global meetings outlook

    As we move towards the fourth quarter of 2012, it’s time to start looking forward and searching for trends in the meetings industry. Each year at AMI, we analyze and summarize what hoteliers, travel and meeting industry professionals are saying and doing. That, in addition to monitoring the economic indicators from around the world, assists us in forecasting and budgeting for the upcoming year’s meetings and events. Doing this has become an increasingly important value for our clients with the financial uncertainty over the last few years.

  • Le Centre Sheraton Montreal offers great end of summer packages that are sure to delight

    Re-connect in the heart of Montreal at the newly renovated Le Centre Sheraton Montreal Hotel and savour the ideal location new world-class attractions. With great value hotel packages, couples and families are invited to make the most of the end of summer 2012 in Montreal! Newly revitalized rooms are designed with your well-being in mind and feature the new signature Sheraton Sweet Sleeper Bed, comfortable seating and LCD flat panel televisions. The hotel is also celebrating the completion of an extensive $40 million refurbishment.

  • Six easy-to-implement employee recognition initiatives

    It’s not what is inside the gift box that matters, but what it represents: Your genuine appreciation. Peer-to-peer recognition is among an employer’s most powerful and cost-effective tools for engaging employees. When employees are actively encouraged to notice and appreciate the behaviors of their colleagues who contribute to the company’s success, you as a leader will create an environment that is guaranteed to excite and inspire your team to give their best every day. Being nice…

  • J.D. Power and Associates reports: As guests return to hotels, rates increase and industry fundamentals improve, hoteliers are falling further behind in meeting guest expectations

    While the hotel industry continues to gradually recover from the economic downturn, guest satisfaction with the underlying hotel experience continues to deteriorate as hoteliers fall further behind guest expectations, according to the J.D. Power and Associates 2012 North America Hotel Guest Satisfaction Index Study released today.

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