Corporate Travel & Incentives

  • A winter adventure getaway at Four Points Gatineau-Ottawa

    With the temperatures continuing to drop, Four Points by Sheraton Gatineau-Ottawa invites guests to explore the region this winter season! The hotel has a special offer that lets guests experience the best of winter while visiting the nation’s capital.

  • ‘Book in 2012 & Save $2,012’ Incentive Offer

    Discover why more Meeting Planners are booking 2nd tier cities like Richmond. Our team works for you. Home to the Vancouver International Airport (YVR) with free airport shuttles. Richmond has multi-purpose convention hotels and unique offsite venues. Receive up to $2,012 in credit towards your group master folio when you book a meeting in Richmond, BC before December 31, 2012.

  • Buy Canadian

    When planning your next event or incentive, you will inevitably be thinking about what to give. It’s more important than ever right now to keep our dollars in Canada. There are a multitude of products available in our own backyard; all you have to do is ask. Canadian-made is becoming top of mind for many clients. Here’s a sampling of a few Canadian treasures to consider when planning an event or incentive travel.

  • Incentive travel on the rebound

    After the lingering effects of the AIG debacle in the United States and a lingering recession to deal with, incentive travel is making a comeback across most of the Canadian corporate landscape.

  • Top five incentive travel trends for 2011

    The Incentive Research Foundation, based in St. Louis, MO., is a private not-for-profit foundation that funds research studies and develops products serving all segments of the global incentive industry. With permission, here are their Top Five Incentive Travel Trends for 2011.

  • Top five emerging international incentive destinations

    Great Hotels of the World (GHOTW), the sales and marketing alliance for independent luxury hotels has revealed its top five predictions for the most popular destinations for meetings and incentive travel during 2011 and beyond.

  • WestJet introduces self-serve bag tagging for Canada to U.S. flights

    Airline hits another milestone in its self-serve options for guests WestJet today introduced self-serve baggage tagging for its guests flying to the United States from Vancouver, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Toronto and Montreal. Having launched the same service November 7, 2012, in Calgary, WestJet is the first Canadian airline to introduce self-serve baggage tagging on non-stop transborder flights. Self-serve baggage tagging allows WestJet guests to use mobile, web or kiosk check-in to check in for their flight and print their own baggage…

Venue & Supplier Profiles