Incentive Travel

If your team have worked their socks off and you would like to show your appreciation with an unforgettable experience,  then let us help you plan something seriously special.

It is a well-known fact that travel motivates and inspires, and it continues to be a powerful incentive tool for businesses across every industry.  From the Cotswolds to Canada, from Val d’Isere to Vegas (and anything in between!) a well-planned incentive travel campaign ticks lots of boxes. Increased sales, rewarded loyalty and improved performance are the “tangibles” but the additional benefits are equally significant.


Here are some great reasons to consider an incentive trip:

We specialise in planning incentive travel schemes that will seriously blow people away. We know how valuable time away from the office with your customers or staff can be, and the lasting memories that “money can’t buy” experience will leave you.

So the trick is to make it memorable. Without wishing to brag, SJ Events have a proven creative edge when it comes to planning incentives with a difference. For example we were the first UK agency whose clients camped on the shores of the Zambezi – and the customer who drove the steam train over the river at sunset has never forgotten it. We did well that day!

We don’t do “off the shelf” programmes, and we are rather good at coming up with ideas and destinations that are relevant to you, your company, your culture and your goals. And if planned and executed well, an incentive trip doesn’t actually have to cost you anything.


If you want increased sales, greater loyalty and improved performance right across the board then contact us via our online form or call us on 0116 230 2040 to start planning your staff or customer incentive scheme or travel trip today!


“Thank you very much for all your hard work and efforts in organising our little Brazilian getaway!! It was a superb trip that the customers all enjoyed and this would not have been the case without the work that you both put into it. Where’s next then??!!”