Christmas Future, or Christmas Past?

Traditional Christmas rewards and gifts may have worked in the past.

But not anymore.

Download our guide to learn how year-end rewards have moved on and how you can get a better return on your investment.

And to make Christmas ‘Massively Motivating’ this year.

In this guide you can explore:

  • Your audience – what is the profile, where are they located? Are they employees or customers?
  • What have you done before? What worked well and what didn’t?
  • The end game – what are you trying achieve and what does success look like for you? Incentivising sales targets, loyalty, motivation, performance?
  • What is your budget and key timings?

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Author: Edenred UK | Category: Blog | 08/11/2016 | 0

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