Meetings & Incentives Worldwide Named to 12th Annual 2018 MeetingsNet CMI 25 List
For Immediate Release
Contact: Sara O’Neil
Marketing and Public Relations
Caledonia, Wisconsin (September 12, 2018) – Meetings & Incentives Worldwide (M&IW), a global event management company, has been named to the 2018 MeetingsNet CMI 25 list of the 25 largest and most influential meeting and incentive travel management companies. Now in its 12th year, the list is a unique resource for meeting managers, incentive travel executives, and procurement professionals looking for experienced, professional outsourcing partners.
“We are excited to be included on the CMI 25 list for the 10th consecutive year,” said Jean Johnson, CMP, Co-CEO and Chief People Officer with M&IW. “Our team continues to embrace our culture through customer obsession, collaboration and continuous innovation. In celebration of our 50th anniversary last year, and as part of our Global Project Giveback program, we rolled out our 50 Years/50 Charities initiative. Our associates were assigned to 50 teams by location and each selected a different charity. They competed in generating awareness, volunteering time, and raising money for great causes across the globe.”
“Our unique value is our ability to be agile and creative. We listen, and then deliver,” said Tina Madden, CPA, Co-CEO and Chief Customer Officer with M&IW. “Last year, we designed and implemented a new approach to meetings management in response to the “one size fit all” challenges in global programs. It is an innovative approach to meetings management that provides premium service at the event level and optimal results to the enterprise. Due to this and growth in enterprise technology consulting, we expanded our industry-leading meetings management solutions and consulting team.”
The MeetingsNet editors selected CMI 25 companies based on several factors, including the number of meetings and incentive travel programs managed in 2017 and the total number of room nights represented by those meetings and incentives. They also considered the number of full-time employees at each company, as well as the percentage of the company’s 2017 revenues that came from organizing corporate meetings and incentives versus association meetings or other sources.
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