There’s a battle brewing between employers who want workers back in the office and employees who have enjoyed working from home since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Incentives… we all want them. From earning $.05 cents off a gallon of gas after spending $100 dollars food shopping to receiving 50,000 sky miles for signing up for that “Free” credit card on a flight to Vegas We all love when we think we are getting something for “free”. But are these incentives really “free”? What is the true cost of 50,000 sky miles or $.05 cents off a gallon of gas cost the promoting company. From the companies perspective, the cost associated with the discount, miles, or points pale in comparison to the objective to drive and change our behavior.
When sales and marketing leaders are looking to boost sales, discounts and buy-one-get-one-free (BOGO) offers often come to mind. While these may be effective some of the time, they are expensive and cut into profit margins. A gift-with-purchase program is affordable and can boost your sales.
“If you build it, they will come….” Not so true today in the Casino industry. Casino operators are becoming more and more customer centric, investing heavily in customer loyalty programs in an effort to strengthen their relationship with players. Personalizing the experience will help to build an emotional connection with your players to keep them coming back and spending more.
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