CAREERS: Comment - Recruiting the best graduates as an incentive
Conference and incentive travel is an exciting industry and growing, but despite it being worth pounds 600m a year and offering huge rewards for the dedicated and self-motivated, there is a shortage of people joining the industry.
Conference and incentive travel is an exciting industry and
growing, but despite it being worth pounds 600m a year and offering huge
rewards for the dedicated and self-motivated, there is a shortage of
people joining the industry.
This can partly be attributed to a lack of exposure within
When The Travel Organisation (TTO) approached universities to offer
career guidance, less than 50% responded.
Conference and incentive travel is a service industry, and it needs to
build a strong foundation with quality personnel. The traditional
practice of on-the-job training is no longer good enough.
From our presentations to graduates this year, four will be joining
TTO’s Fast Track programme enabling candidates to reach operations
management level after one year and gain core skills essential to many
industries including customer care, multi-tasked project management, and
international corporate communications.
Few industries offer such rapid career progression. Trainees can take on
a high degree of responsibility, liaise at top management level, and
broaden their horizons with exposure to worldwide travel from day
What other industry offers so much so soon?
This article was first published on marketingmagazine.co.uk
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