Doug Press of The Incentive Group to Speak at the B2B Online Miami Conference

Doug Press will share his 30 years of experience developing B2B customer loyalty programs with leading manufacturers and distributors at the B2B Online Miami Conference.

White Plains, United States - November 9, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Worldwide Business Research will hold their B2B Online conference at the Turnberry Isle Miami the week of November 12 – 14, 2018.

The B2B Online Miami conference is where leading manufacturers and distributors share and learn about new innovative tactics to bring their customers the best online experience. Attendees will learn from industry professionals how to successfully build their B2B eCommerce businesses and increase their profits.

Among the speakers at this year’s conference is Doug Press, CEO of The Incentive Group. Doug has over 30 years of experience working with the client and agency sides of the B2B marketing industry. Over the years Doug has led his team to create B2B Loyalty Programs for major companies including Coca-Cola, NEC, Kodak and many more. Competitive advantage is delivered to clients through their inGauge loyalty platform, engendering a vigorous Digital Dialogue with customers, driving eCommerce and Omnichannel revenue, margin and ROI results.

The Incentive Group specializes in B2B customer loyalty, channel incentive and employee engagement programs. They provide a full suite of services encompassing every aspect of loyalty program design, administration and fulfillment. From turnkey program development, down to 1099 issuance, they eliminate the burden on their customers by doing all the heavy lifting. Their Reward Headquarters team curates the client’s custom catalog from an impressive collection of brand name merchandise and travel rewards, along with re-loadable debit cards and delights all participants through the customer service hotline. Services also include Data Capture & Reporting, Quiz & Survey creation, Optimization through performance analysis, CMS/LMS platform integration and fostering an on-going, bi-directional customer conversation, yielding invaluable insights.

With over 30 years of history proving results to clients across the spectrum of size and industry, they’ve developed a track record of meeting and exceeding client goals. Coupled with their company’s objective of leading technology and loyalty trends, they deliver best practices every single time. Each and every team member is totally committed to helping their clients succeed by achieving the superior market results they’re looking for.

Contact Info:
Name: Courtney Mancini
Email: Send Email
Organization: The Incentive Group, Inc.
Address: 399 Knollwood Road, White Plains, NY 10603, United States
Phone: +1-914-948-0904

For more information, please visit http://www.incentivegroup.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 440349

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