The Incentives and Rewards Trips template is customized so that you have clear lines of communication with your attendees, and that they are given all the information they need to have a seamless experience, without encumbering your staff with questions. In addition to your standard app sections (activity feed, agenda, speakers, sponsors, and maps), we’ve added a few informational sections that are most relevant to incentive and rewards trips:
- Before You Go*
- Event Details*
- Activities Information*
- Awards & Recognition*
*Denotes sections that need your review. We’ve created some content for you, but don’t forget to add content as it applies to your event!
Content to note
The Incentives and Rewards template also includes pre-created push and promoted messages, as well as engaging polls and generic feedback surveys. Update the dates and times of the messages, surveys, and polls to be live during your event. Add your own messages to build out and customize the communication plan within the app! Don’t forget to fill in all of the details about your event and the city where it’s located - make your app the one place for attendees to find everything they need about the event.
Interested in gamifying the app? Great! Our best-utilized game within the app is the leaderboard challenge. We’ve pre-set point values to actions within the app; as attendees earn points, they’ll begin to appear on the leaderboard. If you want to incentivize it, create an Info View section called “Leaderboard Challenge” or a combination of a push and promoted message to let attendees know that the top attendees will be placed into a raffle at the end of the event.
Incentive & Reward trips are all about having a good time, and getting attendees to mingle. As an event organizer, you have the power to lead by example. You can post a picture of your staff so that people can put names to faces early. Posting engagement pieces throughout the event can help drive attendee behavior, and thus create a far more engaging and fun experience. For pre-event, you could post an ice-breaker activity - for example, post an old picture of yourself from 1991, and add a fun fact. Also, use #throwback to make it a thing at the event.