IMA Summit Keynote To Spotlight Technology

By Alex Palmer July 22, 2013 This year’s Incentive Marketing Association’s (IMA) Executive Summit will focus on the value and best practices of using technology for consumer incentive programs. Jason Atkins, CEO and founder of rewards and recognition company 360incentives, will be delivering the keynote address “Connect Through Technology,” which will discuss how technology can

360 CEO Jason Atkins to Keynote Incentive Marketing Association Conference

Jul 19, 2013 The Incentive Marketing Association’s 13th Annual Conference will take place July 28-30 in Denver, bringing together the industry’s leaders and also seeing a changing of the guard. Executive Director Karen Renk is retiring, although she’ll still be involved until the end of this year, and her replacement is expected to be introduced.  READ MORE…

2013 Best Workplaces in Canada (50 – 999 employees)

Great Place to Work® Institute Canada is pleased to present the 2013 list of “Best Workplaces in Canada – Medium”. The list was published as a Special National Report in The Globe and Mail on April 10, 2013. This year’s list recognizes 50 Best Medium Workplaces in Canada with 50-999 employees working in Canada.  READ MORE….

360INCENTIVES.COM APPOINTS DAN DONOVAN AS VP OF TECHNOLOGY AND DEVELOPMENT

Dan Donovan – 360 Incentives VP of Technology and Development ** FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ** (February 5, 2013) – Whitby, Ontario:  360Incentives.com announced today the appointment of Dan Donovan as its new vice president of technology and development.  Donovan’s comfort with a fast-paced and fast-growing technology environment was cemented during his tenure as the Director

Whitby Business Has 360 Reasons To Celebrate

Award-winning company nabs $7-million investment   Whitby business has 360 reasons to celebrate. WHITBY — 360 Incentives CEO Jason Atkins spoke during a company meeting January 15 to announce a $7.8-million investment in the growing Whitby company. January 15, 2013 Jason Liebregts / Metroland I believe that a company that’s not growing and not changing is dying.