Our Purpose is to transform organizations through live meetings and events. We believe seamless and engaging experiences which capitalize on the need for human connections, and the energy that is generated when people come together is when magic happens . . . motivating a sales force, building a cohesive team, increasing customer and employee loyalty, launching a product, training, strategizing, networking, etc.
Our Mission is to serve as an extension of our customers’ event resources, ensure a comprehensive understanding of their goals and objectives, and deliver high quality, impactful, and value-driven results.
Our Vision is to be the leading meeting, incentive and conference management company in regards to service and reputation, driving results for organizations across the globe.
Today, Meetings & Incentives Worldwide has a truly refreshing perspective as a business owned and led by two sisters, Jean Johnson and Tina Madden. They are the third generation descendants of the Neider family and entrusted with keeping the legacy alive. Described as “young, fresh, energetic, and innovative,” Jean and Tina are dedicated to instilling these attributes into the Meetings & Incentives Worldwide staff, company culture, and vision.
When they started, they had 30 employees, $20 million in revenues and the dream of their father. Today, they have more than 225 employees, gross revenues of more than $85 million, managed meeting and event spend of more than $150 million, and are equipped with more wisdom and experience. Jean and Tina have continued to expand the business by implementing the latest technologies, opening global offices, expanding the incentive and conference divisions, hiring key experienced personnel, and growing their team to share the fruits of their labor.
The sisters grew up in the family business, learning the travel industry by working side-by-side with their father. Jean oversees the operations side as Partner, President and CEO of the company while Tina manages finance, sales, marketing and strategic departments as Partner and CFO. They may be opposites in looks and personalities, but they complement one another and are singular when it comes to their shared vision and devotion to the enterprise their father started.