Incentive England Workshops

Incentive England is run by Leopold Marketing, and is funded by Visit England through the Discover England Fund to highlight the English regions to the international incentive planner market. If you visit www.incentiveengland.co.uk you will discover the assets developed in year one of the project.

Incentive England have been awarded continuation funding, so as part of the year two phase of project we are delighted to confirm we will be delivering a further series of workshops, following on from the success of the sessions that were delivered earlier this year.

The workshops are a vital part of the project to make sure potential venues know exactly what Incentive England is and how it can benefit them. These are designed to help venues learn about the incentive market, and how they can tailor their offering to win business from this lucrative sector. We invite a wide range of venues to these workshops, and over the course of the two-hour session we will execute a fun and interactive workshop that delivers results. These are completely free of charge and no obligation. There are morning and afternoon sessions available, so as to be flexible for what I’m sure are your very busy schedules!

These are running as follows:

Lingfield Park, Surrey 21st September 10am-12pm

Lingfield Park, Surrey 21st September 2pm-4pm

Hotel Football, Manchester, Tuesday 3rd October 10am-12pm

Hotel Football, Manchester, Tuesday 3rd October 2pm-4pm

The workshops are completely free and form part of the Incentive England project funded by the DEF. You can find more information on the Incentive England project by visiting the website www.incentiveengland.co.uk

The workshops are running both morning and afternoon to suit your schedule and provide a fun and informative introduction to the Incentive England project, as well as showing you how you could benefit from engagement with the Incentive market.

Workshops can be booked by clicking here

 

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