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Top Dogs

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Top Dogs

Every company needs them; re-seller top dogs. They drive success, they show others how it’s done, they collect the rewards, they stash the cash, they may come to expect the white glove treatment. At the same time, it is becoming clear that incentivizing these star business partners also has a dark side. And it is good for companies that run performance incentive programs for their channel partners to be aware of this.

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Is your loyalty program GDPR-ready?

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Is your loyalty program GDPR-ready?

Just in case you might have missed it; a wind of change has started to blow in the loyalty marketing landscape. In Europe the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is about to go live and it marks a heightened privacy consciousness among businesses and their customers. And ultimately, we expect that the principles of GDPR will go global.

Even if you are not operating from the EU, it is not a bad idea to start reflecting on what the new model of data protection will mean for you and your program. Almost certainly, the bar will be raised and your program members will expect you to take your protection of their data to a whole new level.

So, are you GDPR ready? Read on

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5 Myths about B2B Loyalty Programs

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5 Myths about B2B Loyalty Programs

In our conversations with organizations that are assessing B2B loyalty and incentive programs, a number of negative perceptions inevitably surface.

Here are the top 5 myths about loyalty programs and our evidence as to why they simply aren’t true. 

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Top 10 Predictions for B2B Loyalty Programs in 2017

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Top 10 Predictions for B2B Loyalty Programs in 2017

Our Loyalty Doctors have drawn up their list of Top 10 B2B Loyalty Program Trends for 2017. Augmented reality, Chatbots and cognitive computing will all enter the channel loyalty program arena; so too will sales incentives and the IOT (Internet of Things). For the full list read on..

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Incentivizing Employees vs Rewarding Teams: Which is more valuable?

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Incentivizing Employees vs Rewarding Teams: Which is more valuable?

Most loyalty marketers focus on rewarding customer or business partner behaviour. Yet, there is another important side to the loyalty coin and that is recognizing the performance of employees. There is a so-called profit chain that links employee motivation and behaviour with customer loyalty. We have witnessed an important shift when it comes to employee recognition programs; the focus is no longer on incentivizing individual employees, but on rewarding the performance of teams. 

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