The annual report from MeetingsNet, a digital magazine and website dedicated to the meetings and incentives industry, has named Fox World Travel to its 2019 CMI 25 list. This list honors the largest full-service meeting and incentive travel management companies focused on the U.S. corporate market.
“Successful meetings management demands creativity, attention to detail, and top technology, and the CMI 25 companies have proven themselves to have the focus and experience needed to get the job done,” said MeetingsNet Content Director Sue Hatch. “The profiles of the CMI 25 include statistics on business volume, top customer markets, as well as company news, giving readers a sense of the focus, strengths, and size of these large third parties.”
“Our entire Fox Family is thrilled to once again earn a spot on the CMI 25 list,” said Fox CEO, Chip Juedes. “It is an honor to be recognized for our continued commitment to the customer experience and a testament to the fact that we have some of the best people in the meeting and incentive space working on behalf of our customers.”
Fox World Travel offers a complete line of meetings and incentives services. Since 1985, organizations of all sizes have worked with Fox to plan thousands of meetings, events and incentive programs around the world. In 2018, Fox increased the number of events by 27% and continues to grow its offerings and solutions for any and all needs.
“It is an honor to be recognized with the top meeting planning companies in the nation. Fox Meetings and Incentives continues to provide unique and innovative offerings to both meetings and incentive customers. By partnering with our customers, we ensure every detail is covered and each event delivers the expected results. Whether it is a wow factor or simply an efficient, cost-effective meeting, we truly cater our offerings to each customer’s needs,” said Vice President of Meetings and Incentives, James Keller.
Members of the CMI 25 list were selected based on several factors, including the number of meetings and incentive travel programs managed in 2018, the total number of room nights dedicated to meetings, as well as the percentage of the company’s 2018 revenues that came from organizing corporate meetings and incentives.
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